United Kingdom ·
7 Days ·
30 Moments ·
27 October 2017
Wells. Ice cream inside and a cold wind.
26 October 2017
UNO by the roaring fire at The Lifeboat Inn. Back home for a curry and Bananagram, then bed.
Whittlin’. Tea outside after a gathering materials at Titchwell.
Picnic beside the seaside. Watery skies watching the cocklemen.
Comin’ in and goin’ out again
Busy Burnham Market. Treats for C&J
25 October 2017
Back to the car across the lagoon, a walk and a whittle.
A beautiful warm day in late October. After scoping out The Victoria, lunch in the dunes. Thankfully no naturists.
24 October 2017
A hidden gem.
St Mary Magdalene, Sandringham
St Mary Magdalene at Sandringham.
23 October 2017
Stroll around Wells not next the sea.
Going Up market in Burnham Market - big tractors, hats a plenty and a very nice car park.
22 October 2017
Heading home. A nice coastal drive through Heacham, Hunstanton and Titchwell. Grandad enjoyed the middle bit.
Hitty Pitty within the wall, Hitty Pitty without the wall; If you touch Hitty Pitty, Hitty Pitty will bite you!
A lovely afternoon at Sandringham with my wife Ruth, the children and the in-laws. But which souvenir to choose - cup and saucer or collectable plate? Or maybe a Corgi or two. Perhaps a nice cup of tea and a sit down will help.
Surprise veteran treat
A look around the garage...
Prince Andrew’s coach built electric baby DB5.
To Sandringham House. Warm and surprisingly cosy -but no photos. Last day today before they get the house ready for the owners...
21 October 2017
A quick trip to Brancaster in the gloaming. Storm Brian starting to flex his muscles...
Listening to a fascinating talk. A phoenix tree of unimaginable significance.
Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth. A minor cash crisis, fascinating science experiments and a look at young Isaac’s graffiti. Not sure how many times he had to sit on the naughty step. Poor Mrs Newton must have been tearing her hair out.