About

We are a couple who moved to North Norfolk in the summer of 2012. Living here has been eye opening, with an emphasis on living; ’cause hey, life’s too short. Exploring the region we have found that “deepest Norfolk” isn’t what you think it is. There is a vibrant community of artists, artisans, and amazing produce that have been a well kept secret from the masses. And all under 2 hours from London. We wanted to share this with you and help give Norfolk its due. Just don’t tell anyone! We like it this way.

Why Snuggleporium?

The Snuggleporium is a half-baked idea we’ve had tucked away at the back of our minds for years… Imagine a giant warehouse sort of a place dedicated to awesome cosy stuff, where you read, eat cake and chat – and everything you saw was available to buy, take home and fill your life with snuggly things. One day…but until then, Snuggleporium.com will be a journey of things we like.

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7 thoughts on “About

  1. Great blog! I come from Norway and spend most of my time eiterh there, in D-Bonn where I live and work or in North Norfolk where I live and love. I’m looking forward to seeing a lot more of your work in the future; I’m your new follower. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Greetings from the Rhine Valley
    Dina

  2. Much enjoyed reading & looking at your canoeing exploits
    We are coming uo too Blakeneyt for our annual family get together at the Blakeney hotel. Having had enough of walking & enviously adoring those on the water it is time for us rot get out on it. We will bring a clue of canoes. I hope with my older domes that we can do the Blakeney to Blakeney loop via Morston & Blakeney point. However, with a couple of younger nephews hope we can padre safely up to Morston & back via the smaller channels. From your exploits it seems this should be possible. Any ideas & comments would be helpful. Nick

  3. Yes Nick, paddling along the marsh channels from Blakeney to Morston is possible and we’ve done it quite a few times. You need a reasonably big tide, above about 2.7m measured at Blakeney Quay, to ensure there is enough water in the channels to make them navigable. I tend to use this web-site for tide measurements: http://www.tidetimes.org.uk/blakeney-tide-times. We usually try to get in the water at Blakeney about 1 hour before high tide if we are doing this journey, as that gives you enough time to make it to Morston and back before the water becomes too shallow in the creeks. There’s a degree of guess work in figuring out which channels to follow, as some just go into dead ends, but that’s half the fun!

    1. Hi Marek
      Thanks for that, great help. Looks like HT will be early evening so that could work quite well. Looking forward to it already & hope we don’t get caught up a creek – even with a paddle! Is it about 1 hr each way?
      If this goes well may be even get out to the point

  4. Looking forward to following your posts. I’m glad to have come across your blog. Your images are stunning and we have a shared love of marshes and the wonders of the east coast. I live further round the coast from you, in north Essex, currently home to an increasing number of dark bellied brent geese, flying in from the east, filling the skies with a cacophany of autumn sound. I certainly intend to blog more on the east coast in future. You have given me the inspiration to do so. Thank you.

    http://www.thinkingcountry.com

    1. Thanks for the kind words Ben. We’ll be looking forward to reading your blog and listening to your podcast. Have some fond memories of the Essex coast, particularly around Mersea Island.

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