It’s been hard for me since the Chocolate Path has been closed – I miss my regular walks there. But in the depths of winter, I took some trips out to the Bristol Channel, which I’m counting as connected to the Avon, because after all, it’s the same water.
I’m going to blog more about it soon, but first a couple of pictures, to compare-and-contrast how different the conditions were, three days apart.
Boxing Day at Clevedon Marine Lake (and thank you so much to Matt Gibson for driving us there!) – the conditions varying between drizzly and very definitely raining, but the sea very calm, very still. And three days later, Weston Super Mare had the wind roaring off the Channel and the waves crashing everywhere – exhilarating! First, Clevedon: