We are in Redcar, up the East coast.
It was such a lovely day!
The man on the rock is the father of the man on the boat, who owns the boat. The man on the rock is called Richard. And his son’s name is Simon.
We appeared to be looking at his son who is sailing away to a fishing trip. He might have to stay overnight to get a good catch and to sell in the morning!
Maybe he has been left there and he’s waiting for someone to pick him up? He doesn’t look like he’s going fishing. The man is watching them go over to the other coast and he’s sitting there waiting for them to come back.
He’s too old for a small boat. The bigger the better! He couldn’t go water skiing, he’s too old.
He is seeing somebody off on the boat. His son is not looking where is going so Brenda thinks he’s going to crash into the rocks in front of him.
He is sitting on a plastic bag with tar on it. He is thinking he would like his son to come back!
We don’t know what he’s sitting on. He’s sitting on a “capston”!
There’s a “weeding” smell. A smell of fish, of salty water and fresh air.
The picture reminds Elma of her holiday in Millport.
He’s going to wait a long time if he’s going to crash into the rocks!
It’s not a fishing boat, it’s a leisure boat!
The chain is still on the “capston” so the boat will come back!
He’s definitely going to crash! How irresponsible is he?
The father is going to rescue them. He’s going to get help or swim out. The man has other children next to him and they’re going to help.
He shoots “help, help, I’m drowning!” “Ring the coast guard!”
He might come to that at the end!
They don’t know there’s a submarine underneath. They get rescue and start singing “Yellow submarine”