Monday Mobile Moments

I was working doing home visits in South Shields, and got 10 minutes to have a peaceful moment by the sea. Except it wasn’t peaceful as the North Sea was full on and the waves were crashing against the rocks, but you can’t really tell from the photo.


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  1. beetleypete says:

    I can imagine the bleakness, FR.
    We had hailstorms today, interspersed with hot sunshine.
    Being positive, I am just concluding that it is still March, after all is said and done.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. On the whole as we are both on the east coast, our weather is similar, but now and again the north/south divide plays a part. Today we were in greyland but temperate, with rain at 5pm. Here’s to spring and sunshine soon! 🍷

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      1. beetleypete says:

        Sun out here this morning, FR!

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      2. And here 🙂 had a walk back from dropping car off for MOT, cold and fresh but lovely blue sky 🙂


  2. The picture definitely makes it look peaceful!

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  3. kmSalvatore says:

    seeing how small those men look , I can tell those waves were BIG. the weather is crazy this year, ill be glad when summer does arrive:)

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    1. Me too, though lovely sunshine here today, still cold though.

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      1. kmSalvatore says:

        Pouring rain, suppose to be in the 50’s my sinuses are killing me, I’ll be on the sofa all day

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      2. aw, fell better soon :/

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  4. Jay says:

    Very atmospheric!

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