Archives for the month of: December, 2015

   
    
    
   

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… Another windy walk. This time to the Bluejacket Workshop Christmas fair in Morston. 

  
We try to go each year as it is a great place to source local craft and browse a selection of antiques.  Here are some of my favourites. 

   
    
   
The whole place was decked out for Christmas and the smell (and taste!) of the complementary mince pies and mulled wine really got us in the holiday spirit. 

   
   
I think it’s time to go get our tree.

In a day of high winds (which have become increasingly common) we decided it was time for a walk. With winds of up 55mph out of the south west we decided to turn right at the end of the driveway and keep them at our back. Such was it that we were literally pushed along the blustery coast path over the marsh to where the Cley Christmas Fair was in progress. The whole village seems to be in the festive spirit.

     
 Needless to say we bought cake and some home made produce. After fortifying ourselves we pressed on east towards Salthouse.

You can just about make out Marek in his shorts with Bonzo.

   
 

The Dun Cow was a welcome sight and we enjoyed a cheeky pub lunch. 

  
Although we had originally planned to take the Coast Hopper home, we felt that we ought to attempt some more walking after our large meal. 

  

Cley had lit up by the time we strolled in. Back over the hill to Blakeney we decided it was time for a fire. Another lovely weekend without getting in the car.