Tag Archives: Suffolk

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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A Blast on the Heath

It’s Bank Holiday Monday here in the UK; spring break to use an Americanism and we are in Suffolk, dangling off Britain’s rump as it contours into the cold, cold sea. Today, unusually for a Bank Holiday is warm, often … Continue reading

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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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Suffolk 60

A month or so ago, I posted about the Suffolk 60 and how I’d like to try it. I said I thought I could persuade the Lawyer (who is between courses just now) to join me. And the Textiliste has … Continue reading

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A stroll through Suffolk

It is at the oddest moments you have these ideas. There we were, the Textiliste and me (I?), having a quite coffee and cake at the boating pond café in Southwold on Saturday, wondering if the threatened flash floods would … Continue reading

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Sandy Suffolk Sundays

Another Sunday and another sunny day in Suffolk. This time we parked up in Thorpeness (home to the House in the Clouds which I referred to last time – an excuse for a neat pic!). Thorpeness strikes me as might … Continue reading

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Does my nuclear reactor look big in this…?

We, the Textiliste and I, visit Suffolk regularly. The walks, the nature, the great food, the space to relax… mostly, if I’m honest it’s because there aren’t many chores here, not until we clean up on leaving – no gardening, … Continue reading

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Big Sky Country

I know, I know, that’s Montana. I’ve been so I know, and it is true – wherever you go, you get more of it. Still we can do our own Big(ish) Sky and that’s East Anglia. ‘Very flat, Norfolk’ says Amanda … Continue reading

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