the latest from the erosion cam is up – they move the Golf Course fence [again] on the 1st april, and there is a very hardy sunbather on the 20th!
We may be seeing our coastal erosion cam footage on STV news tonight as part of a piece about today’s Tayside Estuary Forum!
Keep your eyes peeled.
Great fun at South Esk Primary, identifying rocks with Fraser and then making water colour drawings with Jean. When asked if he was ready to start painting one pupil said he would just check out where the rock came from with Fraser first. It makes all the difference to how its painted, if it came out of a volcano(probably the best kind of rock when you are 11) or if it came down the river, or if it came from Norway on a boat to make sea defences!
The Shifting Sands Exhibition will open in Montrose Museum on Friday 27th of June at 2pm, the exhibition will run until the 13th of September.
Next workshops at South Esk on Thursday 13th March, with rock drawing and rock tales…
The fence has lost it’s pickets and the posts are far more exposed. Jean would be buried completely and Fraser would be up to his neck if they were suddenly transported back to last October.