Saturday, 28 November 2015

SEATON CAREW FRIDAY 28 11 15.

I COLLECTED MY AND MY DAUGHTER'S DOG AND WENT TO SEATON CAREW;BEARING IN MIND IT WAS HIGH TIDE I WASN'T EXPECTING TO FIND MUCH.

FAIRLY DESERTED BEACH ... LOOKING SOUTH TOWARDS THE RIVER TEES.

THESE TWO WERE PULLING ME ALONG.


ALONG THE STRANDLINE WAS VARIOUS DEAD CRAB AND LOTS OF SEAWEED; TORN FROM THE ROCKS OUT IN THE BAY DURING RECENT ROUGH SEAS.
THIS FELLOW WAS STILL ALIVE AND DID HAVE A BIT OF FIGHT LEFT IN HIM. IT WAS POINTLESS THROWING HIM BACK OUT TO SEA AS HE WAS SO WEAK.

I DECIDED TO TAKE THE LITTLE CHAP TO THE CALM OF THE BLUE LAGOON , TO GIVE HIM A FIGHTING CHANCE.

WE PASSED THE SERPENT ... AS USUAL IT HAD SEABIRDS FOR COMPANY.

THE BLUE LAGOON AT THE MOUTH OF THE RIVER TEES.

GOOD LUCK LITTLE FRIEND.

I HEADED BACK TO SEATON CAREW. WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHO DOES THE STONE WALKWAYS IN THE DUNES.

NO DOUBT THE SAME PESON REPAIRED THIS SEAT IN THE DUNES.

THIS COD WAS FLAPPING FOR LIFE STRANDED ON THE BEACH AS I WALKED BACK.
I PICKED HIM UP AND COULD FEEL THE POWER IN HIM,SO I KNEW I WAS SAFE TO RETURN IT THE SEA AT SEATON CAREW. I THREW IT BEYOND THE BREAKING WAVES.
A FEW FINDS AND A MASSIVE SHELL.



#2MINUTEBEACHCLEAN.


BEACH BUOY.

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