At the beginning of the month we had a week on the Isle of Wight. With hindsight and considering what it has been like since, the weather was very good. Indeed we had two near perfect days. On one of these we had a lovely walk round Yarmouth, one of my favourite places on the Island.
We headed off past the old station that has recently been reimagined as a cafe
through Rofford Marsh
and down to the sea where we saw a couple of cormorants fishing together, and a man walking his dogs along the shore at what was one of the lowest tides of the year (usually no beach visible here)
Back through the town, the cottage gardens were looking pretty,
then on to the pier, reputedly the longest wooden pier int he UK.
From the pier we spotted children taking advantage of the low tide and glorious evening to go crabbing
All this in a gentle stroll lasting around an hour - we are blessed!