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Some of the details from our walk on 14th December when the frost was deep and the sun was strong. Enjoy That’s all for now folks. Hope you enjoyed. More next week!
14th December, our last walk before Christmas. We don’t realise how cold it is while on the coast. But stepping off the bus 25 miles or so inland… this We’re intending to walk Marriott’s Way through to Costessey. But there’s … Continue reading
Thursday’s walk took us over the border into Suffolk and the small harbour at Southwold where every sized boat was hauled ashore for winter repairs. These caught my eye. I don’t need to say why. Travel, one of the titles … Continue reading
It was cryptic, the script which lay before me, written in an Elizabethan Secretarial Hand. By the spymaster himself? Could it be? It was well preserved; it must have been the best quality vellum, and first time used, not marred … Continue reading
The weather has turned, fungi season has ended. Though we might find one or two with each new walk, it won’t be enough to fill a feature. And so, as promised, I’m posting the overflows from previous walks. 31st October … Continue reading
The photographers lined the bank, standing just clear of the water, their humble identities lost amongst the pressing media reporters. For the waters of this lake had been steadily rising these past few days – and it wasn’t because of … Continue reading
Here’s how it works: Every Wednesday I post a photo (this week it’s that one above.) You respond with something CREATIVE Here are some suggestions: An answering photo A cartoon A joke A caption An anecdote A short story (flash … Continue reading
9th December 2022, a day of sharp frosts and hail, but intrepid, we walked the beach anyway. When the sun finally came out…these Sea Holly in Christmas colours! Our beautiful wave-scoured beach! Yay! Here comes the sun… The tide is … Continue reading
9th December 2022, we hoped to catch the sun as she rose out of the sea. But it wasn’t to be. Instead, we caught some wonderful clouds which I now share with you. In the early hours the sanderlings race … Continue reading
The day was dull, not much sign of life, even the wildfowl were scarce. But…the catkins were out!!! Celebrate Life, the first title from Maria Antonia’s #2023picofthe week