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Caves and Rocks to Explore at Marsden Beach
We enjoyed a family day out at Marsden beach on Saturday (19th March). The weather was unusually pleasant for this time of year and Ben was even brave enough to dip in the North Sea (Mammy, Daddy and Alex weren’t quite as brave).
There were caves to explore and rocks to climb.
Daddy Stewart tried to recollect his Geology degree by giving us a speech on rock formations. I must admit I may have ridiculed a little as I struggle to find the subject of rocks interesting. Nevertheless Ben eagerly searched for fossils and to be fair even I couldn’t help but admire the magnificent Marsden Rock formation with its seabird colonies.
We stopped for a picnic before strolling back up to the cliff top where we walked along The Leas, a beautiful stretch of magnesia limestone cliffs (thank you Mr Mclean) and coastal grassland. I love days like these.