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Looking back across Rocquaine Bay -if you enlarge the photo you can see Fort Grey, another of Guernsey's historic monuments. It actually houses a ship wreck museum. Mr Bee and I paid it visit when we came to Guernsey for his job interview, sans kids. It is a lovely museum but the site is a little dangerous for small children and B3 has a history of just taking off. As a result we have not yet taken the Bumble B'eers there but this Summer I think everyone will be old enough. Fort Grey is only open during the warmer months as you need to walk across a causeway to get there and I imagine it is a little cold and wet during the Winter months.