At the end of the season, there were few takers for these gentle rides at the rather sad-looking funfair.
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These attractions have changed very little since I enjoyed them as a child in the 1950s. Only the paintwork is different.
(And the cost per ride of course)
I have warm nostalgia for British seaside towns, and don’t mind at all that some are unchanged.
On the recent holiday to Lincolnshire, we walked just over three miles to the nearby town of Mablethorpe. This rather down-market seaside resort is still very popular, and as well as a busy beach, it has an old fashioned park with a boating lake.
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The swan boats were all stored in the centre, as there was no boating going on, presumably because of Covid-19.
Someone was working on the red boats that day.
Walking along the the promenade to Mablethorpe on Tuesday, the clouds were mainly over the sea. If you enlarge the photo, you can see just a small section of the enormous offshore wind-farm in the distance.
All photos can be enlarged for detail, and look better that way.
Halfway there, we stopped for a coffee at a beach cafe. They were still trying to sell these beach windmills, despite a distinct absence of any children.
And there were no takers for these foam boards at £9.99 either.
Ollie was sitting by the table, and spotted another dog in the distance.
More to come soon.