Not quite so nice this morning, a bit overcast but still not cold. Went for a little tour round. First stop was Sandsfoot beach and castle. The beach is in a little sheltered cove and a few people were swimming in the sea.
Next stop was Bowleaze Cove and the Jordan Hill Roman temple. There was quite a range of different boats out at sea, from a beautiful clipper to a fishing boat, to what looked like a naval vessel, to a cruise liner, but unfortunately the visibility was poor. The cruise liner we discovered was the P&O Aurora and is the smallest in the fleet with just 930 cabins,1800 passengers and 900 crew!
Next stop was Ringstead Bay which has good views (on a clear day). We ate our picnic in the car watching some rather sweet and very woolly sheep! We could just make out below us an old bunker from WW2.
Final stop was the White Horse of Osmington. It was originally cut into the limestone hill in 1808 in honour of king George III who was a regular visitor to Weymouth, and was restored in 2012.
I am Jenny (when I was little my dad always called me Jenny Wren) and I enjoy making hand crafted things. Watch this space to see what I am working on.