What a truly beautiful day I’ve had today. I decided that all the boring stuff could wait (even though I only have Mondays to fit in all my craft/home/chores as I work the other four days) and went for a walk.
Not just any old walk mind, but a beautiful 9.6 miles along the North Norfolk coast, and all to help my friend Sarah Morgan get fit for her trek to the Himalayas in April, in aid of Big C – Norfolk’s Cancer Charity. She has got together a group of girlies to keep her company – of which I was one – and it was really refreshing to meet some new people, from all parts of the country (who have all ended up in Norfolk) and go for a walk along the coast.
|West Runton Beach|
We started out at West Runton and walked along the beach to Sheringham, where we felt the need to stop for coffee and scones – to recharge the batteries, you understand, and then walked along the cliff top over the Beeston Bump (through the golf course) to Weybourne.
There was a keen wind (thankfully I was wearing my rather stupid (but warm) hat) but we didn’t seem to pay that much attention as the view was breathtaking and we were too busy talking!