A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
Lucy Corrander - Rusting Iron Posts on Albert's Beach
Albert is very lucky.I do regret not living near the sea.
How lucky you are to live so near to the sea Lucy.Glad you have your blog back in circulation. I found it quite easily after several days of getting a different blog.
It's more of a 'was'.Albert is remembered by one of the older residents in the area as a man who lived in one of a small row of cottages not far away.(These are no longer there and the place is overgrown - though there are a couple of apple trees in the hedgerows and I would guess there is some connection.)Anyway, for some reason, Albert used to go to this beach and tidy it every day.I don't know in what way he 'tidied' it (!) but it ended up being (unofficially) named after him.Lucy
Weaver of Grass - I think everyone in Dorset is lucky - it is an under-known county.About the blog - I made another feed change today and that seems, at last, to have solved the problem many of us were trying to address. Hopefully, that is the last adjustment.(Hope . . . hope . . . hope!)Sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for persisting!Lucy
Your pictures are Just beautiful!Great blog!Cat
Thanks Cat - and the photos on your own blog are pretty magnificent.Anyone else reading this - I'd recommed they go and take a look.Lucy
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