Broadstairs is full …

… of people enjoying the sunshine …

… or the crashing waves …

… or the local band … what a band and no kilts? how bizarre …

… oh hang on, phew, there’s one …

… and benches with no wood so you can’t sit on them … durr …

~ by marysia on 29 August 2010.

4 Responses to “Broadstairs”

  1. Hi Marysia,
    how are you?
    Did you see my video on youtube of the bike ride along the Viking trail? It goes past some of the huts that you´ve photographed here.
    Hope you are well.

    • Hiya. No I haven’t seen the video. Hope you are having a good summer. Sorry I can’t be with you for your birthday but hope you have a fab time. Mx

  2. Hi Marysia
    I am an assistant Editor for the Scrimgeour Clan Association magazine, called The Skirmisher. Writing up the story of my husbands’ great-grandfather, James Scrimger, who was rescued by the Broadstairs lifeboat in 1869 after being ship-wrecked. Am adding illustrations. ‘Highland Chief’ was rescued also in 1869, the stormiest year on record at the time in Britain. Your photo is excellent and I would love to be able to add it to my article. Please let me know if I can use it, and obviously I would give proper credit.
    Thanks! Veronica Scrimger , Canada

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