|Tennyson Down - at the top of the cliffs|
Update: Apparently the big flying thing could have been an oak eggar moth (or possibly a fox moth) as they dash around like mad things during the day. Thanks to Martin Harvey for the info!
|A long way down!|
There were cows grazing on the top of the cliffs and we saw some lovely plants - no idea what they were I'm afraid, but they looked lovely against the white chalk and blue sea. What a great place to live!
We climbed back down the hill and saw a lovely red admiral and a huge belted hoverfly, a hornet mimic (although it's harmless and has no sting).
|Barry the buzzard|
|Garlic drying in the sun|
A Vulcan bomber was flying around with another plane. We think it was on it's way to the Eastbourne airshow and apparently they're not going to fly any more after this year.
Then we went back to the beach for a bit of surfing!
|Feeling very pleased with himself that he could stand up on his surfboard ...|
|Then a wave got him!!|