This weekend my husband and I visited a local coastal place called Spurn Point. This beautiful place attracts an abundance of wildlife such as migrant birds, insects and from what I saw yesterday Seals! Yorkshire Wildlife Trust own it and the 'Humber Lifeboat Crew' live on there. Spurn Point is well worth a visit and may not be accessible to the general public or even exist one day, due to erosion. On one side of Spurn Point is the River Humber and the other side is the North Sea. Have a look at these Google pics
Above are some treasures I found whilst out beach combing at Spurn Point. I have plans for each item , for example I would like to turn the brick into an insect house for my garden.
A moody looking photo of Spurn Point, taken by (my husband) Al.
Another moody photo, taken by (my husband) Al.
Along our walk, we also came across a lost hat hanging on some drift wood. Anyones?