Thursday Doors in Seaview

Thursday Doors

One of my favourite walks is along the beach from Ryde to Seaview.   At low tide you can actually walk on the sand all the way, about two miles, otherwise there is a very good promenade with no traffic until you get to the outskirts of Seaview.

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Seaview is a very pretty seaside village, on the east coast of the Isle of Wight.   It is quite a small village, especially in the winter, but there is a nice cafe that is always open, and a community shop.    In the summer it is a much livelier place, attracting sailors, and tourists to the beach.

On my walk last weekend, I found these amazing doors…..

 

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I hope you like my door selection!

8 thoughts on “Thursday Doors in Seaview

  1. One Sunday morning, when we first came to the island, we walked from Appley Beach to Seaview. It was lovely but we didn’t have enough cash to buy a drink and a snack in the paper~shop, they wouldn’t take a card and there wasn’t a cashpoint. So ~ complaining of thirst and hunger ~ we had to walk all the way back to Ryde before we could have breakfast. It was then that we realised the difference between living on a small island and in a big city on the mainland! It didn’t put us off, though ~ over 14 years on we’re still here…and always carry cash with us when we go out now! 🙂

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