Camping in Norfolk 23-25 July 2005
and I planning our trip at the computer science
Saturday 23 July (my sister's wedding anniversary)
and I set off north on his Indian made
A brick farm house converted to look from three sides like an english
flint built church, complete with church tower.
However square tower only has three sides and proddudes up through red
clay tile roof.
Stop for tea with John Standeven.
church to admire tie beam roof, angels, pews and eat jam tarts.
Passed through Lowestoft and great Yarmouth.
Paused in Caister-on-Sea's
to fill up on german black bread, eggs, sausages and chocolate
before establishing base camp.
Many mugs of tea, bread potato salad and german sausages for supper.
Breakfast scrambled eggs.
Horsey boasts pubs, cafe, two churches, 3 swings, and a
Studio art gallery 01493 393802.
Not bad for a population of 83.
Apparently the name comes from a corruption of
However, according to HMG, the whole area is due to flood in 50-100 years.
We spent a pleasant afternoon watching people tack across the broad
Later it started to rain and we
Wind mill NT (2 quid)
Monday Homeward bound
Poppyland Tearoom Horsey Corner
It turns out that Royalty does not like being left alone in the rain
and so we spent monday morning
a) looking for breakfast (see Tearoom)
b) telephoning Enfield agent,
who recommended we ensure the Enfield was giving a
(Cleaned outside of coil and HT lead with paper tissue and all was well.)
A nice brunch stop.
Actually it rained heavily as we were passing
so we revisited the suffolk cathedral.
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