Last night the moon was a super moon as it was close to the earth. It’s also known as the corn moon on the pagan moon calander . This means the moon looks very large and bright and the tides will be unusually high. At Poppet Sands, the beach closest to us, the water at it’s highest point will cover the whole beach, a sight I look forward to seeing. The normal small waves has been much wilder and as far as Jay and Sophie are concerned, much much more fun. Hopefully all swimmers and sailors will observe a little more caution as mother sea will be even less predictable then usual.
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