It was a warm weekend in Margate - high tide on Sunday April 9th.
Note the pair of 'sinking boats' in the harbour demonstrating the common amateur's error of fastening the buoy ropes too tightly at low tide so that they hold the craft under later.
The visiting car is the same age as me. Its a Bentley blown 6. Value around £110,000 today!
The 'just about floating' boat looks fit to prove that a boat is 'a hole in the water into which you pour money' and is surely not long for this world. And the blossom is in our memorial park on the site of the old Holy Trinity Church.
All pictures [except the twilight header] taken with Canon Ixus 70 digital pocket camera. Thanks for visiting and have an amazing week.