Thursday, 13 February 2020

Storm Ciara moved the sand!

...William is now faced with a cliff edge 
instead of a gentle slope

I'm sure he expected us to move it all back again!


tammy j said...

poor guy! but William... think of all the wonderful digging you can do!

robin cox walsh said...

Well....why didn't you then? ;)

Eileen said...

He doesn't like change then :)
Hoping Storm Dennis due this weekend doesn't shift more for the lad, he will be upset!

C.L.W.STEP said...

Oh no! Where's the beach?

Sue said...

Been in the north (U.S.)) Georgia mountains for a week, so I've missed your blog posts, Ann.
Looks like we will be moving there in the next 60 days or so! Found a beautiful home to purchase, so we will be selling our home in Florida and moving to GA full time!
William may have to wait for another storm to come along and make his sharp drop off more of a gentle slope. Sadly, storms do not always do what pups or humans want!

William Adventures & Sketches said...

Tammy......he need no encouragement on the digging! 🤣

Robin....I know, we are terrible humans! 🤣🤣🤣

Eileen....this next storm sounds worse, if we can go on what the weather-guru's tell us! We'll be battening down the hatches. Hope you will be okay up there too, the picture on the weather map shows the Whole of the UK getting it! 😟 was a shock to see just how much sand had been moved! 😳

Sue....Your move to the Georgia mountains sounds lovely. I must look up that area of the US, but mountain areas always appeal to me. It will be quite a difference for you from sunny warm Florida though. You'll have to get a whole new wardrobe....on second thoughts I rather like the idea of buying new things. Hope you get the Interweb there and keep in touch 🏔🌳💻

Sue said...

We will have Internet and of course I will be reading and commenting on William and Hamish's adventures, Ann!
We are cleaning and organizing 25 years worth of "schtuff" making take with us, sell, and donate to charity piles of boxes. Having to keep a strong back to purge some family things, but since we never had children and I know our niece and nephew will not want them, making the decision to part with them is hard.
I am excited to be able to get back outside and enjoy life. I have always had issues with the heat here and as I've gotten older, those problems have only gotten worse. I basically am a hermit inside with the a/c going full bore from May to November. I look forward to seeing seasons for the first time in my life. It's an exciting time!

William Adventures & Sketches said...

Sue, you have a lot of work ahead of you, but it will be worth it. Over the years, when we have moved, has been a great opportunity to declutter. Hope you get a buyer soon and all goes smoothly. Exciting times ahead for you. 🏡