A slightly better day, the wind had dropped but still muggy. Off we headed to Chapman’s Pool.
A steep and in place precarious walk down the slippery slopes of Kimmeridge Clay and towards the beach.
Great to see somebody had thought of a way back up!
After a heavy shower being caught at the base of St Aldhelm’s head and facing a 400ft slog up a slippery slope would be interesting challenge.
Strange to think that the oil-rich clay exposed at Chapman’s Pool extends hundreds of miles under the country and eventually into the North Sea.