The Victoria Inn
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... 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.
... and it brought back some lovely memories.
It has also been lovely having walks along the coast and having the obligatory cuppa with cake afterwards.
Unfortunately we have had Pierre weighed whilst we were near Fakenham to find we are 1/2 a tonne over weight. We originally weighed the van in Warwick and were told by our dealer that something must be wrong and to re-visit a weigh bridge, this has only prooved that it was correct. We are now having to change ...
... 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 ...
... bunny, but, puts a brave face on.
A good wander around, including the Slipper Chapel, and, the inevitable "candle lighting area".
I am not a religious person myself, but, this is a calm and tranquil place, all beautifully kept, with a notable absence of commercialism, plus, the tea shop does ...
Using the usual maxim of "if a place looks busy, it is probably good", Meat and Potato pie for lunch, from a bakers in the High Street.
They say, the exception proves the rule, well, it was a potato pie!.
At least there was a real steam train at Sheringham ...