I was feeling rather tired after my garden opening last Sunday and decided to visit Pegwell Bay, Ramsgate. A blast of sea air to clear the head and give me a break from routine.
The garden opening was a success despite disgusting weather earlier in the day. Ninety five people turned up, which is frankly incredible, raising £1,100. Thank you if you were one of the visitors who braved the weather and thank you to all my lovely helpers for supporting me and helping support the National Garden Scheme charity. I hope you enjoyed yourselves.
My Six today are from earlier this week. Wednesday to be precise. A delightful walk, just under 10 miles, from Margate to Ramsgate along the coast road.
1. First stop the Turner museum.
Overlooking the sea, glorious blue skies as seen from within the museum. Exhibition is currently the Turner Prize. Thought provoking.
The sunlight was mesmerising.
3. A scudding cloudscape to mark the beginning of the walk. Margate.
4. The sea
5. We didn’t stop at this particular cafeteria
6. Botany Bay
Those white cliffs were gleaming in the sunlight.
Thank you to The Propagator our host of six on Saturday. Have a great week , wherever you are and thanks for reading. D.