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The Middle Of Yesterday

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HESFES 2008: The Beach Kid

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The Blonde Kid becomes The Beach Kid

HESFES 2008: People!

1. The Blonde Kid: Check Mate?
2. Windswept!
3. Tristan explains...
4. Al has the Reaper's hangover!
5. Dom & Tris
6. Dad & Mom
7. Cowboy Me (again)

HESFES 2008: Leavin' Home

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1. Mispy wants come...
2. The blonde kid re-enacts last years photo (clicky)
3. But is left behind!

HESFES 2008: Happy Campers

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HESFES 2008: Assorted Shots

1. My sunburnt ankles!
2. Walkie Talkie on the beach!
3. The tide coming in...
4. Al playing with the Poi (he was much better than the rest of us!)
5. Howdy!
6. Campsite Sunset
7. Under Canvas
8. The blonde kid goes swimming...
9. Kai & The Blonde Kid watch the ducks...

HESFES 2008: More Mersea Island Boats

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This boat was abandoned in the harbour when we were here this time last year, however back then it was facing vertically so it wasn't blocking access.

Sometime during the last year it must have been moved sideways by the tide and now it's horizontal and taking up a lot of room, thus blocking easy access to the shore/water.

It's quite sad seeing two boats that were probably pristine, seaworthy vessels in their day wasting away like this, I wonder what happened to their owners?

Have a look at the satellite pic on the map and you can see both boats facing vertically, obviously this shot was a while ago.

HESFES 2008: Boat Detail

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HESFES 2008: Mersea Island Boats

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Taken at the 'village green' on Mersea Island.