Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Another Beachamwell Walk

A map of all the walks in this area can be found here

Our walk today was 4.25 miles and took us 1 hour and 30 minutes. We started off at a fair pace but it was quite hot and halfway round, slowed down a bit! A pair of Muntjac deer strolled across the road just as we came out of a field gate. Not the best of photographs but they moved away quickly as they heard the crunch of our shoes on the gravel:
A little further around, we saw this lovely donkey, posing:
We kept coming across lots of lovely blue flowers on the grass verges:
And a close up:
Apparently it is wild chicory!

We drove off to Castle Acre to partake of lunch at the Churchgate Tea Rooms. E. and I had prawn sandwiches with a side salad and a few crisps. DB had Buck Welsh Rarebit, cheese and mustard on toast with 2 softly poached eggs. We all had tea to drink.

This is a lovely and relatively inexpensive tea room. The hosts are very amenable. If you are in the area, give them a try. They should be open until mid November.



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