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Today we drove to Norfolk and on the way we stopped to see the Angel of The North sculpture on the way out of Newcastle.
On the way we also saw the last flying Vulcan which was on a final tour around the country. We stopped in King's Lynn and had a look around.
... upgrade to a BMW X3 with onboard sat nav.
Set course for Tracy but now it was rush hour leaving SF, so a 65 mile journey took 2.5 hrs. Worse was to come as we couldn't find the hotel in Tracy, eventually we arrived after at least an hour of searching, it was on a mall behind other shops, Bev was not impressed, but with a nice room and a good nights sleep, we should be set up for the drive to Yosemite ...
... brick wall in the photos why they don't rely on brickwork alone. We stopped in Blackeney for lunch, for variety we stopped at the Kings Arms - the usual pub name is the Kings Head. Good food, beer and friendly locals. The tidal surges can be really fierce and the photos shows how bad the flooding can be. In fact the car park we used is underwater at high tide so the times were written on a board - still had to pay ...
... The river is called River Great Ouse and is really pretty with willows draping themselves into the water and a lot of boating activity including barges and fishing vessels. We sat on the banks with coffee and watched a school's sculling group bring their boats back in to the handstand. There were 2's, 4's and 8's, the latter being quite awkward to lift out of the water and stack neatly. The path led back up to ...
... me how much there is to do in the surrounding area. I'm sure that even if I took a day trip every weekend I couldn't see all there is too see within a 2 hour drive of the house. Apparently there is an old priory up near King's Lynn as well that I am going to have to return to photograph!
That's it for now! Just a quick day adventure. I'll be busy brewing some wonderful beer on the morrow.