Chapel St. Leonard’s Beach, Lincolnshire- July 2021

This was from a walk from Chapel St’ Leonard’s heading north on the beach. About six miles.

I didn’t find the town itself very exciting. It was very quiet when I arrived around 8am. It was a lot busier later in the day. A lot of people go there to retire.

I parked in Parklands car park which is a ten minute stroll from the sea front.

I wouldn’t exactly classify this as ‘an exciting walk’ but it was pleasant enough: a warmish sun, a fresh wind and probably five or six people at the most, getting very busy around 11am.

You can see the excitement of Skegness in the distance if that’s your thing?

Some curious lumps of petrifies wood. I thought it might be a piece of forest from Doggerland, then name given to the land that is now under the North Sea. It might also be from a ship?

These pictures and videos are @Aidan Parr 2021, so please ask permission if you want to use them. I’ll probably say ‘yes’!

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