Thursday, 30 October 2008

The Sea Front May Close Thursday Evening.

The forecast for Thursday evening is light showers, low presure, 990mb, and a 25 mph wind from the East. High tide is at 18:50. Shame it will be dark but if the rain isn't too heavy I will get down to the sea front with camera and tripod because the combination of high tide, low presure and an east wind usually mean waves crashing over the sea wall and flooding the main road between Paignton and Torquay.

The aternative to going down and watching the sea front flood is going a neighbourhood watch meeting.

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Notes about the blog. Updated 08 March 2008

Not much is happening at Rock Work now. All the work clearing the trees has been done. A barrier has been erected to prevent rock falls from reaching the road. Now we wait for the geological survey in May to see what can be done to fix the rocks in place.
After that when work starts again later in the year I will post more photos.
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