Yesterday I was fortunate enough to go on one of my coastal walks with a friend, so here are a few piccies which I took.
It all looks very peaceful, but, in actual fact, this coast can be very dangerous, especially with on-shore winds and fog, and there are over 100 wrecks in the bay.
The spectacular cliffs that surround the area are home to many species of birds, especially Oyster catchers, who feed on the shoreline with many wading birds, and Fulmars, tube-nosed birds, similar to Gulls.
After we had finished our walk, we popped into the village pub (as you do!) for some heartwarming soup. This time it was Spicy Parsnip (and very tasty it was too). As you walk in, you are welcomed by a roaring log fire, which is just so cosy, especially when it is bitterly cold outside.
You've probably gathered from this post, that I haven't really got very much to say today, so forgive me for that. Perhaps I should be more like my husband who "only talks when he's got something to say!" (his words, not mine!!).
Hope you all have a very pleasant weekend.