A Trip to the Beach, Dunwich Heath, Suffolk - 27th December 2019

We drive over to the National Trust car park at Dunwich Heath for a walk on the beach, and to blow out the cobwebs of Christmas

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The unused petrol pumps of Westleton garage, from when 4-star was 79.9p per litre

Harry up a tree

The boys find a climbey-tree

The gorse is in flower

Looking over Minsmere marshes towards Sizewell power station


The boys on the beach

Harry runs about

Isobel stumps off up the beach

Harry's got a stone

Concrete blocks on the beach

Some sort of sea plant

Harry looks at the derelict sea defences

Fred stands on some rusty ironwork that's poking out of the beach

Isobel and the boys carry on up the beach

Fred flakes out

The boys jump around

A weather-beaten timber sticks out of the beach

Isobel and Harry

Like pebbles on the beach, kicked about, displaced by feet

A shaggy dog story

Harry and Isobel head off to the marshes

The boys find a very soggy geocache

There's another 'aiieeee!' sign

Trees reflected in a pond

The boys do a spot of 'fishing'

Pond dipping, number 35

Harry peers into the pond

The lonely tree

The stark outline of dead bracken

Fred roams around

Looking over to Minsmere

A freshly-sawn tree stump

The old Laxfield petrol station

The remains of the UK Petroleum sign

Classic ancient garage shop window, with everything faded to cyan

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The unused petrol pumps of Westleton garage, from when 4-star was 79.9p per litre