Tag Archives: Suffolk Walks

Sunday Picture Post: Lothingland

Lothingland is the ancient name for the North-East corner of Suffolk, and that’s where we’re heading as we catch the 8:00 am bus. We get off just past the James Paget Hospital It was to be an adventure… so there … Continue reading

Posted in Photos | Tagged , , | 21 Comments

Sunday Picture Post: Woodland, Cliffs and Safe Haven

Continuing last week’s Sunday Picture Post. On 2nd December (which now seems an age ago) we walked from Lowestoft to Gorleston via Gunton Warren, Corton Woods, Hopton Cliffs and Gorleston Beach. We pick up that walk at Corton Woods… …and … Continue reading

Posted in Photos | Tagged , , , , , , , | 21 Comments

Sunday Picture Post: Sunrise Over Gunton Warren

Wrap up warm, we’re heading down the coast to Lowestoft and Gunton Warren. But first I need to join my daughter, which means crossing the bridge. The sun is no place near to rising yet. Lowestoft, England’s most easterly point. … Continue reading

Posted in Photos | Tagged , , , | 19 Comments

Sunday Picture Post: The Misty Morn

Hi, fellow walkers. Don your boots (make sure they’re waterproof), for today we’re to walk through the mist. The walk starts here, at Haven Bridge 6:25 am, the sun yet to rise, the mist just beginning to form The bus … Continue reading

Posted in Photos | Tagged , , | 16 Comments

Sunday Picture Post: Suffolk Colours

We had done this walk before. Bus to Lowestoft, bus out to Oulton Village, then walk by greenways and the occasional backroads to Hopton and bus back home. 10 miles. We were expecting to find loads of fungi. These “tufts” … Continue reading

Posted in Photos | Tagged , , , | 18 Comments