|Somewhere behind that wave is Round Island|
|A bit of sun at the end of the day|
|This was about half an hour before high water|
The sea was overtopping the bank at Pernagie, washing seaweed 50 yards in to the field.
At Lower Town the quay was completely under water, the marker at the end of the quay also nearly under water. The sea washed 10 yards up the road towards the hotel.
Down at Lawrences the bank has taken another pounding, losing huge amounts of sand after last month's hammering.
The line of Pittisporum hedge that keeps the wind out of our fields at the western end of the beach has been seriously thinned. If the sea washes away another three or four yards of the bank then our fields will literally have nothing between them and the beach.
We're going to need to do something serious to save the use of our fields if we get any more winters like this one.