Last Saturday we took a trip to the seaside for the first time this year I think. We went to Warden Point on the Isle of Sheppey. We go to Sheppey a lot, but have not been to this particular part before. I probably did when I was a child but I don't remember. My Mum's and Dad's families are from there, and had farms almost next door to each other. Mum grew up there and I lived there for a very short while at my Nan's house I think.
Andy is carrying the very important breakfast bag.
Brick and worm casts.
The crumbling fossil containing cliffs.
Andy is always ahead. I am a dawdler, taking pictures and looking for stuff!
Two more beached buildings.
Our picnic spot.
I left it behind but love the rope coiled around the rusty tines.
There is lots of rock like this. I don't know what it is but it is beautiful.
This is my immovable fossil. Looks like worm casts.
Not sure what this is but I like it.
Distant red sailed boat.
Little man on a rock. The yellow layer is only on the outside. The bottom is mud.