Tuesday, 4 January 2011

Water That isn't Frozen

Xmas found us on the East Coast where both dogs were born and Baxter spent the first 5 years of his life. He was very happy to have the sand back between his toes - he hates the snow which balls up under his feet.
This old pill box used to be up high and dry, but the building of the Outer Harbour at Great Yarmouth, further down the coast, has changed the coastline here at Caister - seeing the tides come much further in.
Muttley found a ball and was off like a rocket. Their freedom in Birmingham has had to be restricted compared to normal.

Although there was no ice or snow,we were still playing in the teeth of a howling gale - it was glorious to be back in wide open spaces though!


  1. When were you in Caister, mum lives there and we visited her on Sunday. She misses most of the ice and snow there.

  2. Hi Debbie,
    Thank you, they are quite special.

    Hi Brian,
    We were in Caister over Christmas, visiting Jill's mum.

  3. Where in Caister does your mum live - mine's in Seafield Rd. Jill