Tag Archives: Norfolk Rivers

Sunday Picture Post: A Frosty Walk cont.

We continue our frosty walk on 14th December. We began at Thorpe Marriot with a woodland and a frozen pond, and we walked along Marriott’s Way, beside the River Wensum, to Costessey…where there’s more woodland and more frozen ponds. Enjoy … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: By Heath and River

Continuing our walk of 21st October. From atop Mousehold Heath we now descend through the trees and down to the river. The mist has cleared. The sun shines from a clouded sky. Enjoy… The trees are late in turning colour … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Wensum, Town, and Tud

7th February, we hop on a bus to Norwich. Although Norwich is Norfolk’s County Town, it’s actually a city (it has a cathedral) Norwich has some fine old buildings… But much as I love this city, our destination is Costessey … Continue reading

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Tuesday Treat: St Olaves

St Olaves (named for the Norse Saint Olaf) is a small village on the River Waveney, the natural border of Norfolk and Suffolk. We passed through here on our way to Fritton Woods (See Sunday Picture Post) and stopped a … Continue reading

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Down Below

Down below the water, beneath the bridge where once was a ford, the chalky bedrock glows. #2018picoftheweek: Looking Down The view is deceptive; the bridge is at least 10′ above the water; the water here is 4′ deep.

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