Monday, 19 October 2015

SEA HERE


Seems there has been a disagreement elsewhere on Internet about Foryd Bridge - somebody believes it has always been blue. No, it hasn't. These contrasting images have appeared previously in this blog:

Foryd Bridge

Foryd Bridge

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While we are the subject the Foryd, the following have not appeared previously in this blog. The first is undated and catches a figure of a fisherwoman. Underneath it is a watercolour by Shropshire-based artist Ken Field.

Click on any picture to see a bigger version.

Foryd Harbour


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Posts relating to Foryd bridge and harbour, the Lifeboat, and HMS Rhyl are under the label MARITIME on your left near top of this page.

And thrown in here for good measure is an HMS Rhyl miniature shield which I thought you might like:


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LIFE IN PERHYL

Today, out shopping on foot, I encountered a car in Kings Avenue, parked squarely on the pavement forcing pedestrians to walk on the road.

At corner of Wellington Road and Princes Street my shopping trolley collided with an advertising board put there by a 'community' group.

On my way to Morrisons a cyclist wobbled towards me on Vale Road Bridge, one hand on the handlebars while talking into a mobile phone.

Later in High Street there were vehicles on the pedestrianised area, more advertising boards and more cyclists, and twice I received a faceful of cigarette smoke.

When finances allow, please may we have pavement safety wardens?

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Colin Jones / email: rhyl.colin.jones@live.co.uk

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