At the end of October we managed a week away in the Caravan. (Sorry Caroline took all the photos, so there is none with her in them!)
I think this was one of the laziest holidays we’ve ever had. It was quite a cold and wet week, so there were days that we did not even leave the caravan. We re-discovered reading and slobbing out in front of the television. (Yes we have a TV, DVD player and heating in our caravan!)
We did manage though to get out some of the days, and meet up with some friends who have a cottage nearby.
The photo of me is on Blakeney beach where we stopped for our picnic lunch, even though the sun was shining it was mightily cold, and Caroline was busy taking hundreds of photos of small seagulls. We made it to Wells next the sea, Happisburgh Lighthouse, and had a lovely lunch out. We kept looking for fish and chips and Cromer crab, but maybe next time.
On the Sunday we sneaked discretely into West Runton Methodist church for the morning service, without letting them know who we were. After lunch and the thought of another night in the cold (we don’t like having the heating on in the ‘van when we are sleeping), we came home.
Will definitely go up there again, but not until it warms up!