The smallest town in Kent
I have lived in Kent for 23 years and am still exploring the beautiful towns and villages that make up the garden of England.
Today we came to Cranbrook. It is Kents smallest Town and is a delightful mix of beautiful houses covered in the traditional weatherboard and lovely little shops and cafés. It is a peaceful town and is suurounded by farmland and orchards.
There are so many lovely houses here.
view from top of old light house dungeness cloudy day but gives idea of place shingle penninsular on the kent coast notice r.h.d.r. minature railway track just left of center in picture
rommney hythe and dymchurch minature railway stops here engine is typhoon
also here 2 nuclear energy stations dungeness a and b stations producing electricity
just shingle beach but loads of plants and stuff grow here it is amazing place like new york everyone should go there once in their life unique place so many birds use area on migration routes as old gravel workings are now massive lakes and an rspb bird sanctuary
view out to sea from old light house
"new light house"
view of new light house from top of old one new one was positioned on the point as shingle has moved over the years
home sweet home
rosie by my lovely labrador julies resting place
me rosie and her aunty katie my niece my garden is a happy peaceful place i enjoy it a lot
rosie playing in my chestnut tree free nuts for xmas
well if you looking for trouble it comes in threes me tony and tommy dog no matter where we go or what we do it is nice to come home everybody should always go home in the end its a nice place to be at home to all my travelling friends safe journey and safe return nigel
ilfracombe north devon
ilfracombe is a small north devon harbour and fishing port, rugged coastline, friendly folks and a warm welcome
two men in a boat are they awaiting rescue
lifeboat returns after another succesful rescue each man a hero they put their lives on the line time and time again this was a shout to help a fishing boat taking on water in heavy seas job done lads