All at sea – sadly not literally!

I cannot quite put my finger on why it has taken me so long to post this, I feel like I am in a kind of mourning for normality! Hardly surprising given the circumstances. I do know that I have had to wrestle with the idea that I am currently unable to drive to Sandown and throw myself in that delightful briny. But there are people going through far FAR worse than I am and although I am unable to volunteer I can at least do as asked and stay at home and thankfully have some wonderful friends and neighbours.

Sunday 22 March 2020. Accuweather 8 degrees, real feel, 1, wind E 48 km/h, gusting 57, pressure 1023. Met Office 9 degrees, real feel, 6, wind E 31 km/h, gusting 52, pressure 1025. Channel Coastal observatory, 1.2m waves, max 2.59m, sea temp 8.9 degrees.

Published by Victoria Thorneton-Field

Oceanographer, writer, advocate for mental health and environmental issues, all-year-round sea swimmer, located on the beautiful Isle of Wight.

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