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Walking Talking Reminiscing...

The images are from a recent walk around Southwold, Coveheithe, Walberswick, Sizewell, Dunwich, Thorpeness and Aldeburgh with three friends and their dogs. If you are wondering at the absence of Dog, he is off games just now, having a stone removed from his foot – apparently he’s officially pawly! 532 more words

Miscellany

Back to Dunwich, Walberswick and Southwold circular walk, Sunday 22nd April 2018 (about 10 miles, some on shingle)

This was another return to Suffolk, to walk from Dunwich to Walberswick along a shingle beach, to catch the rowing boat ferry from Walberswick to Southwold, to go to the lighthouse and the pier and to try to remember a different way back to Dunwich.  1,117 more words

Seaside

Walberswick

Walberswick is Southwold’s neighbour.  There’s a rowing ferry between the two if you want to take a trip across.  The beach is much, much quieter than Southwold when trying to catch the sunrise; I only once ever fell over someone else there. 110 more words

Sunrise

Suffolk sketches

Here is a view of the lighthouse at Southwold. While I was drawing it, standing on the path by the sea, a woman came up and told me I was very gifted. 185 more words

Drawing

Walk along the Suffolk Coast

So with a few days off and after a night hammock camping I took the dog along the beach from Walberswick to Dunwich along the Suffolk coast. 34 more words

Adventures

The Bell Inn, Walberswick

The Bell is nearer to the river, and Walberswick village green, than the Anchor. I suspect many day visitors may not get past The Bell, which is a shame because they are two different pubs entirely. 728 more words

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The Anchor Inn, Walberswick

A big blue pub in a pretty village just t’other side of the River Blyth to Southwold, you can drive, walk or use the little ferry, more of that in another post. 488 more words

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