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Saturday, April 25, 2009

The sun shone today, and we hit the Norfolk coast...
I'm going to be doing a lot of travelling around Norfolk over the next year or so, as I've been asked to be the President of the Norfolk GA branch, and am preparing and collecting images and material for my lecture: "Very flat, Norfolk..." which looks at how the county is represented.
I already have quite a large folder of NORFOLK images on Flickr.

First up it was Burnham Market for some Gurney's fishcakes.
Then over to Lord Nelson to have lunch and a pint of Wherry: been going there for 20 years, and it's always a pleasure to walk in Nelson's footsteps.
Next up the back of the Holkham estate, the Norfolk Real Ale shop, and to Big Blue Sky in Wells.
Back along the coast road: Holkham, Titchwell and to Hunstanton for some shopping for sunday lunch tomorrow (something to go with the fishcakes)
Finally, to the beach hut for a read of the papers...

Image: Alan Parkinson



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