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However, the sea fret right up the North East coast burned off in the morning and many beaches became busy, while other people pulled out the paddling pools, headed to the parks, got out the bikes, or simply spent time in their own yards and gardens.
WITH the March sea fret starting to lift, I prepare to putt.
Martin Harley gave Kakapuka a good front-running ride and, yes, I did back it, along with my mate Danny, watching it from Brighton, where there didn't seem to be any sign of local resident John McCracken, nor of many horses, although the sea fret put in an appearance before doing the decent thing and leaving.
By this point, midway through the afternoon, the sea fret and incessant drizzle had finally dispersed.
This inflammation of subcutaneous tissue (I looked it up) is brighter than a Belisha beacon and when I went to the East Coast at the weekend, I was asked to stand on Flamborough Head during a particularly heavy sea fret as a warning to shipping.
And they got lucky as the sea fret had made conditions almost impossible just half an hour after the conclusion of the final event.
Yesterday, his 121 from 258 balls, with 15 fours, eased his side towards promotion while Warwickshire, so buoyant amid the south-coast sea fret three months ago, toiled away punchlessly, their own promotion hopes paralysed.
As I lived in Redcar, I used to go out a lot socially and often walk home and at night often foggy and heavy sea fret up to Coatham.
Play had been under way for all of two deliveries after a lunch interval during which a south-coast sea fret gradually descended.
AllturnsoutfineforFox Dominic Fox turned a bad day into a good one when emerging from the sea fret with a clear lead on the Roger Varian-trained sound hearts to take the 1m2f fillies' handicap.
Gilbert Wham ENTERTAINMENT: Aside from a coastal sea fret, the North East enjoyed temperatures better than Barcelona and Rome over the Easter weekend