Saturday July 24
It looked and felt like it was going to rain all day so I scooped Rosie up for another early morning walk on Pendine Sands. On our arrival the sun broke through illuminating a family some 200m in front of us to the east. The whole beach turned a silvery-pewter colour, reflections on the sand shimmered.
The sun is back although in London storms and floods. We sat on the beach at Ginst Point, round the corner from Pendine close to the MOD’s military proving ground, at 5:30 in the afternoon a balmy, peaceful 27°C.
|Ginst Point Sunday|
Before our beach time I attended a delightful United Churches Service in the car park of St Martins. Fab hymns and good prayers. The sun brought out colour sun umbrellas and made the service quite festive!