We felt the vitamin 'sea' from the Channel while we soaked up vitamin D from the sun.
Views are spectacular in every direction - and on days like today, it feels like we could be in the Caribbean!
We were out to search for interesting beach objects. We'll use these for future Wild with Wheels adventures at the Warren - bringing nature close to people otherwise unable to access her wonders.
Our finds will also feature on our nature table at Fort Burgoyne.
Support Walker Laura found stone hearts and transparent stones among the pebbles and flotsam. And Walk Leader Gini Mitchell found her first ever fossil, and squealed with delight! We found fossil hunting is quite addictive - once you find one!
As well as her beauty, we saw the force of nature with a deep hole in the ground, underneath the concrete slabs on the sea wall. But the area was safely cordoned off as this area is regularly inspected and repairs carried out on the concrete.
Accessibility onto the beach itself isn't great for ambulatory wheelchair users - but with determination, it is possible for a short distance. Even knowing I'll endure some after effects from this strenuous for me activity - the rewards are great.
Thanks as ever to Network Rail and WCCP.
Funding provided through Farming In Protected Landscapes programme from Defra and AONB - the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Image credits 📸 @laurasmile_999 @mobility_in_the_wild
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