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Wheelchair walking in Margate

Old Mans Beard

Good Name for a restaurant

A selfie shadow

Haeckels in Cliftonville

Dalby Square

Shaun and Jackie of The TwoHalves Micro Pub

View from The Two Halves Micro Pub
Cecil Square Baptist church

Strokes Adventure Golf at Westbrook

Buoy and Oyster seafood restaurant Margate

Ruskin de la mer Margate

The Two Halves Micro Pub

Mine Hosts

Margates Old Town Market

Haeckels Cliftonville

Cecil Square Margate

Street Furniture

streets paved with gold

Arlington House and Lifeboat Man

Dreamland sign being replaced

Heidi Plant Brightening the hoardings

Elephant Hill

Margate Seabathing

On Sunday we walked to Westbrook and back via Margates Marine Drive along the way I passed Heidi Plant's A Bright Eyed Fairytale outside Dreamland other artists were brightening up the hoardings on Elephant Hill. I took various photographs along the way including cellar covers and the new Beach Hut Houses at the Royal Seabathing. It was nice to see all the people out enjoying the beautiful sunshine. Many people were emptying their beach huts and packing summer into the backs of cars from where the stuff of summer will be put into storage until next spring. We have had a beach hut at Westbrook for almost thirty years so I know the feeling as summer fun is put away. On our way back from Westbrook we walked along Marine Drive stopping to say HI  to my favourite shop keepers Tracey and Greg  owners of Ruskin de la Mer gift shop where you can  buy all manner of seaside goodies. From there we went to say to Jackie and Shaun at  the TwoHalves Micro Pub they were doing a brisk trade in their craft Beers and Ciders I didn't see many people drinking wine but they offer a good range.
As we walked past the Lifeboat station I got a better view of the enormous yacht that has been moored off Margate, evidently owned by a billionaire. We headed for home past Haeckels and through Dalby Square where an awful lot of redevelopment is going on and snapped some pictures of the leaves beginning to turn to the autumn colours and also a great display of Old Mans Beard on Wilderness Hill.

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Wheelchair walking in Margate


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