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... br> There was no way we could see all of the dragons, but we did see a lot, so we called it a day and headed back from Norwich on the 16.54 East Midlands Trains service to Nottingham (nicely before the football crowds hit the streets) for the journey back to Nottingham which, with a quick connection, had us back into Derby at 20.07.
It really was a most pleasant day out and if you want to hunt for the GoGoDragons then be in Norwich before the 5th September 2015!
... Yarmouth. Great Yarmouth has a long promenade along the beach with a carnival feel along the road. Lots of arcades and. Trinket shops with many fish and chip shops. We went to one place called Harry Ramsden's where we could seat 11 of us together. I had a small cod with chips and baked beans. I'm not so keen on those mushy peas.
On our way out of town, the mini bus had to stop at the ice cream shop. Richard's wife, Pat, bought some ...
... Julie needed to stock up on her chocolate covered bickies.
Upon returning home for lunch a bit tardy, Pat had prepared bangers and mash with Yorkshire pudding and cabbage and gravy. We all scarfed it down. Dessert was warm custard with bananas.
Richard gave us a bit of a break before our afternoon session. We started at 2:15 and practiced until 3:15 with our Broadlands match beginning at 4. Practice consisted of ...
... drill starting with backhand drop and forehand volley, 60 shots, 30 on each side. Honestly after the first 20 shots my quads were burning but with a ton of positive encouragement from my feeders, Dan and Julie, I completed the reps. The focus was on constantly moving, not watching your shot. As Ric*************stantly moving to the future along the timeline of a rally.
We discussed and wrote in our books and then repeated it ...
... cold, there were very few people on the beach. It was about 15 degrees and very windy. As we walked up the beach, we could see the odd seal playing in the surf relatively close. Eventually we came upon a group of beached seals, resting and sunning themselves. This beach was magnificent. Massive and wide. Will and Sven decided it was definitely worth a dip, not sure what the temperature was, but cold, maybe 60 F.
Pat had once again packed a lunch ...