Category Archives: suffolk

December #poem #walking

We walked, Dog and me, through Dunwich Forest and Westleton Heath This poem sort of drifted into my head and fitted both my mood and the scenery December   Wherever we place our faith, in God or nature or another’s … Continue reading

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Life’s a Beach #glorioussuffolk

We wanted a place to let Dog do his doggy stuff and headed for a small hamlet called Covehithe. It has some eponymous cliffs and a stretch of lovely sand so, well, why not. First there’s the ruined church of … Continue reading

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Plus ca change…

Change can be good or it can be frightening. Change can be stimulating or depressing. Sometimes we expect to find changes and are surprised, pleasantly or otherwise, when we don’t. I went for a walk this last weekend. Five years … Continue reading

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Bulcamp to Halesworth and back again – a Suffolk walk

We are fortunate to have a place in Suffolk, outside Blythburgh. It’s called a cottage but it is more a town house; it is part of a development that once was a workhouse set in the middle of the countryside … Continue reading

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O is for Orford Ness – so weird but so wonderful

I originally posted on this extraordinary place a while ago and the A to Z challenge seems to be an apposite place to repost it. Is that another cheat? Whatever! Orford Ness is tenuously attached to the Suffolk coast, and … Continue reading

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Silent Sunday – shady stalker shadows Southwold sitizen

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Suffolk’s oddities

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We’re walking in the air – You never walk alone, part three

Oh, it was GLORIOUS! After some discussion and because of timings and logistics, we decided that for the third and final leg of the Suffolk 60 we would travel south-north, back from the end to Chillesford. You see, the Suffolk Coastal … Continue reading

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Wet wet wet – you’ll never walk alone, part two

Oh yes, did it rain. Take the contrast between this: And this: Needless to say the Lawyer and I only had the Dog for company. Poor mite was shivering by the time we reached Thorpeness, but we treated him to … Continue reading

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You’ll never walk alone… part one

Walk on, through the wind Walk on, through the rain Though your dreams be tossed and blown Walk on, walk on, with hope in your heart And you’ll never walk alone You’ll never walk alone So sung Gerry and the … Continue reading

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