Who do you call.....
If you're in the middle of nowhere.
The only one I can think of is Tom: he knows almost every Landrover in Brittain.
Best chance of getting help, without calling the police or worse: in this case the army.
And, indeed, he managed to get hold of some who could help us out (Coastguard, just who whe didn't want to see).
As you already read whe managed to get on dry ground ourself. Unfortunally we already send the kids to shore to try to get help. The coastguard was so kind to keep the children on shore and prevent them from coming back to our vehicles. So we had no other option as to get onshore too. Coastguard then very nice and demanding escorted us of Foulness island.
We managed to get our cars out of the mud with the help of some very strange Brittish items. Concrete blocks with steel eye in the middle of the sea. Perfect winchcabel mounting place. With all the lines and straps and the winchcabel double it still didn't work. We almost gave in. In the end the flexible rope made the difference. Winched till the engine almost stopped, than full throttle and with help of the energy stored in the rope we made 2 yards. Exactly the energy of the rope made the difference. After about 5 times we made a little less weak underground.
If you ever want to drive this byway, please make sure you drive at least 200 yards further from the coast as the map shows. Especially as you pass a stone briddleway halfway.(the old crossing is deadly)
My excuses to Tom i didn't respond sooner.
And as you may see in the pictures that don't show (no idea why) the 133 was at home, we were with 2 109