Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Day 3: Chesil Beach

Today we went to a beach called Chesil Beach.

It was formed over many thousands of years, and is a remarkable bank of shingle that stretches for some ten miles from Abbotsbury to the Isle of Portland. More than forty feet high in some places, this bank creates a remarkable natural breakwater on which the pebbles are inexplicably graded in size from west to east.

I think Chesil Beach is a really cool place, because when you look west from the east end (it's probably the same from both ends the east end is just where we were standing) of the beach it looks like it goes on forever.

We also went to Weymouth.

Well that was are story for today, I wonder what tomorrows story holds?......... 

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