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I'll have to do both Faye. I guess the distance is about the same to Suffolk or Dorset from where I live. Thanks...Sue
Or maybe East Anglia in June? :)))
After putting this on I said to my husband 'I want to go and have a week here again' so who knows perhaps we may be able to go sometime this year. Thank you dblay I'm glad you are enjoying the puzzles...Sue
You are so lucky Sueswan to have been to a beautiful place like this. It is amazing.
Thanks Denise glad you put the photo on. Today we are going to the Wirral to Port Sunlight Garden Village...Sue
Yes its me, not a recent one though.
Is that you Denise, a face to a name. It's good to see you...SueThe cove is a perfect place for smugglers to unload their booty, Faye. I feel a book, film and Oscar coming on...Sue
And of course, there would be smugglers involved! :)))
Down in the cove there's a really nice beach cafe. We could while away a few hours and perhaps indulge in a cream tea, If you like walking there are some spectacular coastal walks along the cliffs. I like the idea of 'The Mystery of Lulworth Cove', there could have been some ghastly goings on in the old days. Great stuff, thanks Denise...Sue
Just so lovely sue:-) I can imagine it in a movie or TV series "The Mystery of Lulworth Cove"
I've been here and sat on the cliffs on a lovely summers day. It's very old, part of the Jurassic coastline. It looks like the car park's been neatened up because the last time I was here it was just rough ground. Glad you like this one 48. Thanks...Sue
150 million years old this cove - quite the nice example of a 'horseshoe' cove! Thanks Sue