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Travel Blogs from Swaffham
... be very grateful for the beached we have at home, lovely soft sand, beautiful blue water and waves. Now it isn't summer yet so it could be different, I will let you know.
We continued following as close to the coast as we could, through lovely little ...
... from tomorrow. The staff ride push bikes around, good idea. It is very nice, clean and well looked after, with quite a few here already.
After we settled in we went for a walk around the park, it is surrounded by woods. I might even run into Robin Hood, oh to be so lucky.
When we got back we opened the 'Fire Eater', it is not as smooth, but it has much more of a punch to it, will certainly warm us up, as needed.
Love from Sue and Russ.
... s and babies out and about, enjoying the garden.
We made our way to the house, some house indeed. It was still lived in during the winter months up until ...
The next display is of privately owned war birds. How lucky some people are to own such iconic pieces of history. There are Spitfires, Hurricanes, Mustangs, Bearcats and all sorts of other machines. They were all immaculate and a credit to the owners.
The next hangar was where aircraft were restored and maintained. There were some obviously very skilled guys ...
The workmanship is amazing, just think, it was all done by hand. I think I am starting to warm to these big churches, at first the size was just so overwhelming, like nothing I have seen before. Brenda asked about our Cathedrals, I have only seen two, one in ...