We went to Brancaster beach for the first time yesterday, which was surprisingly busy – although it doesn’t look like it from my photo.
I was very impressed with the quality of the shells, there were some real treasures to be found and the beach was lovely, if a little chilly.
Wishing you all a lovely week.
If you’re interested in writing, please pop back tomorrow for the first of this year’s Behind The Book posts. I’m kicking off 2018 by chatting to author (and fellow Norfolk resident) Ian Wilfred about his three novels.
According to the seal count on Thursday there were about 1,700 adults and 1,420 pups on the beach at Horsey – and there were certainly more than I have ever seen when we visited yesterday.
As it’s a peak time the beach was roped off, which I was pleased about because I remember getting cross at those getting too close last time we visited (even trying to take selfies with them).
There was plenty to see from up on the dunes but, of course, what we were really there for was the pups in all their cuddly-looking glory.
I think I’ve take better pics on previous trips but it was lovely to see them anyway. You can see my previous seal posts here and here.
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The last time Mark and I had a rare day off together without Freya we were completely clueless as to what to do with ourselves – and ended up wasting the day.
This time we had a plan. A trip to Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden. I’ve been before but it was Mark’s first visit. After dropping her off at school, off we went. It was a cold but gloriously sunny day.
There was plenty of autumn colour.
Don’t tell the others but this is my new favourite tree.
Plus some lovely flashes of pink (and blue if you include the kingfisher that whizzed by).
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Wishing you a great week ahead.