Ezousa Estuary

Published 2nd of February, 2019

Road Out!

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This road also had issues. You can see some of the dumped rubbish lying around, but also a rather large hole.

Hidden Treasure

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Now this got me all excited. The swelled waters of the Ezousa had scoped whole chunks of the road, revealing rubbish from decades gone by which had been dumped. Years ago, when we lived in the UK, I used to collect old Victorian Bottles. Codds mainly, if you are that interested. Anyway, I used to go digging for them in old abandoned rubbish dumps. This site brought the memories flooding back. It looked like the bottom of a stoneware ginger beer bottle.

And There's More

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Another bottle, on the other side of the road. How old were they though?

Old Spice

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Hmm, my potential ginger beer bottle turned out to be a more modern Old Spice bottle. The brown bottle had a screw-top lid as well, so that was definitely not 100 years old either.

From Here, We Walk

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Boots highly recommended. This is muddy!

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