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Henry and I took Heidi the dog on a long walk around Cromer and East Runton, enjoying the scenery….

Cromer:

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More under the fold…

The church in Cromer is waaaaaay too big:

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Cromer crabs, on the pier:

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The beach – the rocks on the beach are from late Cretacious, while the cliffs surrounding it are from Pleistocene:

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Heidi loves to dig in the sand:

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Henry’s beach house:

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About noon, we got tired and hungry, so we ate at a Bistro where dogs are allowed:

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On the walk back, we passed through East Runton:

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And hidden in the woods, is this memento of the most famous event in Cromer ever:

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Finally home, we discovered that Professor Steve Steve was missing, and instead there was this impostor:

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Comments

  1. #1 andy
    June 18, 2008

    It sure is a great part of the world