Tag Archives: Norfolk Walks

Sunday Picture Post: Sun, Mud and Marsh

Sunday 22nd November my legs cried for a walk. And it was best done locally for the Sunday bus service leaves much desired. And so, again, Great Yarmouth to Burgh Castle, via Breydon Water. I left early with the sun … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Not Such a Dry Day

Despite a spate of wet days, Monday 9th November was to remain dry (according to the Met Office. Met Office lied!) We bused to Acle on the far side of the grazing marshes where the land starts to rise. The … Continue reading

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Tuesday Treat: Berries and Foliage

Photos of Foliage and Berries taken on my walk to Ringland Hills (28 Oct 2020) And you can’t have holly without… And for colour… For me, it isn’t properly autumn until the beech turns The alder already bears next spring’s … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: A Walk to Ringland Hills

Last Thursday, my daughter and I had arranged to walk Oulton to Hopton, 10-miles, mostly off-road. However, the weather forecast wasn’t good: high winds and heavy rain. So we cancelled. Oh, but my legs weren’t happy with that. So the … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: From High to Low

17th September, 7:00 am, caught a bus to Norwich, and another from Norwich to Poringland… which is situated at the second-highest area in Norfolk. From there we walked downhill all the way to the Tas Valley. My eyes were keened … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Thirteen Miles to Norwich

Tuesday 1st September seems so far away now. But it’s a walk I’ve not yet shared, and so I will. We caught a bus to Norwich, then another heading out to Fakenham, and got off at Great Witchingham where we … Continue reading

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A Prickly Subject

Today’s walk, from the most easterly point in England, Lowestoft, to my home town of Great Yarmouth turned up some unexpected plant life. The beach is shingle with stretches of sand. The eroding cliffs are forming sand-dunes that coastal flora … Continue reading

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