We had a quick trip to Porthcawl this morning, for a walk along the seafront, and the traditional pause for a coffee and a Welsh cake, of course.
The tide was in, and there were lots of people fishing from the pier:
Not to mention boats in the marina:
But not a lot of actual boat-related movement:
Though there was a bit of cabaret provided by these guys. What they were trying to do was get the boat onto the trailer, secure it and drive the vehicle with the trailer and boat up the ramp. Well, they got the boat onto the trailer. Then the truck moved forward, leaving the boat and trailer behind, as the trailer hadn’t been properly attached. They then had fun getting the boat (still attached to the trailer) back to the ramp….
But they got there in the end…
Further inland, I was quite impressed with this tasteful bit of public art, which I like to think of a as a rocking seahorse, or possibly a sea rockinghorse, but is apparently called The Secret History.
And that concludes today’s weightless report. Normal service will resume shortly. Quite possibly tomorrow, even!
 For an arbitrarily “Losing it” value of “normal”