|Just some twisted old stumps on Northrepps Road|
However, as it took me a while to warm up, I kept telling myself: "Just a little further", and "Well, I'll just walk into Northrepps village", and "I might as well walk up Hungry Hill a bit now that I'm here", etc. etc...
Anyway, before I knew it, I'd walked bleedin' miles!
|An enormous bull (although it looks tiny in this photo) in his field off the Paston Way path on Hungry Hill|
|The smaller of the two Shrieking Pits leading down from Hungry Hill to Frogshall|
|The larger Shrieking Pit|
|The Furyhill Plantation at Frogshall|
|A portal within the Furyhill Plantation (I'll probably expand on this in a later post)|
|Someone "waz ere" in 1947. The illustration/carving above looks quite alien - Maybe something stopped here on the way to Roswell?|
|Moo! Cows in a field off Craft Lane|
And on Sunday, Inexcuseable and her husband dragged me off to Trimingham beach for another walk. This time the weather wasn't as nice - it was spitting with rain, somewhat - but it was less cold (I was going to say warmer, but that didn't feel right as it was still cold).
|Looking west towards Sidestrand and Overstrand on Trimingham's east beach|
|Inexcuseable and her husband looking at the slumping cliffs|
|Looking east towards Mundesley|
|Some peculiar object embedded in the beach (the white stuff is seagull crap)|
|Imported rock (possibly from Norway) forms part of the cliff's sea defences|
|Close-up. Reminds me of Jupiter|
|Water draining through the sand looks like a satellite photo of a river tributary system|