Monday, 26 September 2011

Escape to Dorset

Big J and I have been away for a few days, to chill, to walk and to hang out with each other. Important time together because we are waiting to hear about when and if he goes away and for how long. Any day now we will know. We don't know if we (the girls and I during the week and with Ads at the weekends) are going to be holding the fort for a few weeks, or a few months. Will he be here at Christmas? Will we? Anyway, to clear our heads of the questions that have no answers, we took off.
To Weymouth. A port, a fishing port with boats and seagulls and fantastic fish and nice shops and even nicer tea rooms.

For 50p the ferry man will row you across the port

If you want to travel further afield, this beast will take you to Jersey

Nicknamed the vomit comet....mmmm

Crustaceans rock in this part of the world

It is fun to hit your food with a hammer.

We did the French Lieutenant's Woman's walk along the cob at Lyme Regis, and then did a Mary Anning fossick on the beach and found a (very) small ammonite, a fish bone fossil and a worm like thing.

It was a good few days, culminating in a visit to Cerne Abbas to see the Rude Man....indeed! Don't look if you are shy!

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