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Still on a high from meeting our family it was nice just to sit down quietly and catch up with those who were available for lunch. We got the guided tour of Boston Town including of course best Pub, The Boston Stump which was unfortunately closed and Centenary where Carl & Kelly were married a year ago.
We checked out the local shopping ...
Wow what a night!
After facebooking an event to hopefully meet some of my British family for the first time we were utterly taken back by at 40-50+ strong turnout. Walking through the door to the Burton House Restaurant we were anxious, nervous and not sure what to expect then all of a sudden it was like the pages I see daily on facebook had come to life.
It was fabulous to also see the Smith side of the family finally meet the Rowe side ...
... only imagine how wild it would be in a gale. Sheringham reminded us of Lyme Regis, although it doesn't have Lyme's hills. Its bright and colourful streets are narrow and are geared to the seaside tourist trade but not in a tacky way. It certainly would be easier walking along the streets than driving, especially in summer.
Driving home we passed a sign to a village called 'Barney'. Don't think there's anything there except a caravan ...
... a mile from the parking area. All along the path are wild blackberry bushes and we aren't the only one picking and eating as we walk along. There are several fresh water ponds, some hides and miles of beach mudflats. The fresh water ponds were breached by seawater last winter so now they are quite salty but we see lots of grey lags geese, teal and cormorants. The reason we are here is for high ...
... all of the windows have it. Most of it was replaced by the Victorians in the 19th century so it looks relatively new. I think it is the prettiest I’ve seen. The stone carvings are intricate and beautiful. The cathedral is well cared for with its own staff of restoration experts so it looks very clean and bright. We visit the cloisters and library first. The library has manuscripts from the 14th century ...