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Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Day 4 - south of North Walsham to Cromer

TG 204 424 alt 88ft

Another enjoyable day of countryside walking. I planned this route with no prior knowledge using public and other paths and tracks shown on the OS map. So far, apart from a short stretch of track that turned out to be private, the paths have been easily identifiable, well defined and dry underfoot.

I am becoming a student of items thrown onto road verges from cars. When you se a McDonalds carton you wonder how far away the nearest outlet must be and why it took them so long to discard the trash. Today I saw a goat's milk carton - I wouldn't have expected the kind of person who drinks that product to be the same as a litter lout. Lucizade bottles still proliferate.

There have ben a few gentle inclines today after the absolute flatness of Norfolk.

I was heading for two camp sites shown on the map just west of Cromer and as I chugged up the road, glory be, the first one turned out to be The Caravan Club site. I am member and the standard of their sites is superior to any other. They even have a restaurant and a swimming pool here


Many happy returns to Liz today.


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2 comments:

Ashley said...

Really great blog, your sharing photos are looks great. thank you for the nice sharing, Actually we want some tourist information about France cheap ferries, now we are looking for cheap ferry travel trip in France with my family members, can you let me know how to book our ferry travel tickets by on line,we don't have any idea Dover ferry services. can you guide me if you have any personal ferry experience.

Sir Hugh said...

Ashley- sorry I have no experience of ferries, I fly to France.