I always knew he would stay (ahem).
Thursday, January 05, 2006
Monday, January 02, 2006
The ship in the background is a dredger, which is widening the beach. Because there is a promenade along the beach, there is no natural cliff erosion, so the beach is getting very narrow. The dredger is pumping loads of sand onto the shore, and further along, where it's been at it for a little while, the beach is about 100 feet wider. Excellent, I'll need lots of room for my barbeque and sausages this summer!
Posted by J. at 2:43 PM
The little ads down the side are going to pay for a holiday I reckon. After 4 days of intermittant clicking, I've made about £15 from them, and over the course of the year, this should get us all somewhere sunny. Interestingly, the type of ad has changed over the last day or so, lots more music ones since I mentioned the word opera. I wonder what will come up now I've said holiday?
Posted by J. at 12:43 PM