A beach two sweet hours from London — dear you.

This is not Camber Sands.

My roommate Sarah and I went to a beach called Camber Sands on Monday.
From London, we took a train to a train to a train to a bus, and 2 sweet hours later climbed up a large soft sand dune and over and down to the rising tide.
The sun was hot, the sand burning our feet, the waves lovely calm
present and rising. The beach is long wide and flat so the tide sweeps
in fast just like around Mont Saint…

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I am a noticer. And then I am lemon and salt. My work is to notice edges, borders, selvages and ravines, then to reveal and cherish the spa.ce between.

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I am a noticer. And then I am lemon and salt. My work is to notice edges, borders, selvages and ravines, then to reveal and cherish the spa.ce between.

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