Another lovely sunny day, still a nip in the air but the wind has dropped some. We have decided to make today our last day exploring the Norfolk Coastline.
Continuing our journey along the northern tip of Norfolk, today we park up in Thornham, a pretty sleepy Norfolk village.
From the village we walk the mile or so along lanes to reach the coastal path. There was in fact some parking at the end of the lane, but we enjoyed the peaceful walk. Here the coastal path sits on top of the sea wall above the surrounding marshland.
We crossed an area of dunes and this fab beach lay in wait….
Well social distancing certainly won’t be a problem…
As Poppydog waits patiently for a bit of freedom….
We walked back along the beach to where we left off at Holme Dunes Nature Reserve.
Before taking a last look at this wonderful coastline – until next time.
I have been living, maybe naively, pottering along as we do, with very little human contact, that firstly, we are not endangering anyone and secondly, that we are keeping safe. However, I also appreciate that each county has its own health facilities based on it’s permanent residents and so we are heading home to Cornwall.
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Stay safe. Xx
I hope you and Poppydog are able to resume your travels soon. Take care!
Oh so do we thank you! Stay safe.