The Two Lifeboats
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And so as inspired by a friend from Norwich I figured I'd publish a blog about my home village Old Buckenham and really sell it to the tourists. It is easy to get taken in by the village green and the beautiful village walks that follow it. You'll have spent a full day in this village before you know it! It is hoped that this tourism journal will truly put this Norfolk village on the map...
Let's start at The Gamekeeper pub ...
... 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 ...
... Wroxham was the next stop, quick trip into Roy's the largest village department store. I should probably explain that there are numerous stores in Wroxham that are part Roy's, not just 1 store. We went down to the river to feed the swans which hissed alot less than the ones we met on the ...
... raised over £350000. Lunch at the Lamb Inn in the city center, Judith rediscovered an old favourite and they had a beer festival so all good. We walked around Elm Hill and Tombland Alley before heading back to the car mid-afternoon. We went to the Rising Sun pub in Coltishall for dinner, my first visit to the Rising Sun was 1987 on my first visit to ...
We saw a different part of Cromer today. Started at the Rocket Cafe for coffee and then the Henry Blogg's RNLI museum (lifeboats). Of course with Cromer a fishing village you would expect lifeboats but many of the rescues are merchant vessels or were made during the wars. Henry Bloggs was a famous coxswain in the RNLI involved in rescue of over 800 people. In the photo of the men he is the one in the middle without a lifejacket, even though he couldn't swim. ...