Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Heacham Dam - a circular kind of walk!

We parked the car at the south beach, intending to go onto the beach initially. Then we saw just behind where we had parked, a grass bank with a walks post nearby and changed our minds.

Herewith some pictures. We were well wrapped up to begin with:
Then the clouds started to disappear and the sun came out:
Getting brighter and warmer:
The sea was out but this was the view of some inland lakes/streams standing on top of the dam:
Heading back to the car now, we walked through a near deserted caravan park. Many of the homes were built either onto or into old boats - most enterprising.
We walked around 4 miles in an hour and a half (quite a bit of climbing up and down), changed and drove off to have lunch at The Feathers in Dersingham. Very nice and not very expensive. We were certainly full.

E. had brought some mince pies for us all to enjoy with a cup of tea at our house with T.


  1. Bloody ell, don't know how I overlooked this blog of yours DC....some nice walks m'dear

    1. Welcome John, did you see the Walks I and Walks II tabs at the top? If we re-do a walk, I don't tend to put it on hence the gaps.


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