Samphire Hoe

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  1. Jenny namaste

    Jenny namaste Total Gardener

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    No gardening today - been out for the day here instead. Bottom of Shakespeare Cliffs,Dover...these 89 acres of "new land" were created from the spoils of digging out the Channel Tunnel on our side. A unique habitat which has been allowed to develop in its own way. Dogs must be on a lead so as not to disturb the wild life that has taken up residence. Just one simple café and loos but ample parking for £1. Managed and sponsored by Euro Tunnel. Visibility was good and the sea flat calm. A few piccies:
     
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      pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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      Must be 10 yrs since I last visited.:smile:
       
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        I saw "Samphire Hoe" in the title and immediately thought of a tool for weeding or harvesting Samphire.
         
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