Well, we finally made it to Headland Beach last Friday! 😀 Given our experience with the weather over the past week or so I put on my warmest anorak and yes, you’ve guessed it, I was too hot! Friday was glorious. We collected rope and shells, crab claws and stones, bits of driftwood and seacoal. If I hear myself one more time, saying, ‘Jodie, come away from the edge’, I’m going to scream. Actually, thinking about it, I could have done with having eight arms, a bit like an octopus, (or is that legs they have … never mind, you know what I mean. Eight arms to stretch in several directions, over long distances, would have been really good last Friday, to keep my group in my sights. :crazy: I must say that Michael (our litter picker), Katie, Evan and Carly were really grown up and mature, and OK Jodie, you weren’t too bad I suppose!
Gilly took photographs and she’s taken all our stinky trophies home to wash over the weekend, (some people get all the best jobs – well done Gilly) We should have plenty to put into our boxes and I look forward to seeing them finished. As well as the things we collected from the beach, each box will have a poem or part of a poem written during this project.
Last week of the project next week girls and boys – let’s make a really good effort to do our best writing and produce some fabulous boxes.