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Tag Archives: Norfolk Rivers
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
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
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.