Lovely day again, and after breakfast we drove to Blakemey Point. Parked up, and went for a walk across the marshes. Saw lots of birdlife, including this Eagret
The walk was lovely, about 2 miles out to the beach, where we saw the huge wind farms that exist out to sea.
Walked back into Blakeney, still in gorgeous sunshine, past the dinghy park!
Then we went into Holt, in much better weather than when we were last there on Sunday. Called at the Adnams shop and picked up some Christmas presents, as well as some gin and liqueurs for us.
And we spent the evening in, a bottle of wine, a home cooked meal, and more jigsaw!
Stuart did rather blot his copybook by nearly finishing it after I'd gone to bed!
Last day. Another misty start, but looked like being nice again, so we went to Sherigham Park. Another National Trust property. The house isn't open to the public, but the grounds are extensive, and we had a great walk round the park. Saw lots of fungi again! Also some fantastic views of the coast, some come the top of wooden towers in the park. I managed to brave a coupe of them , but the last one pictured below was too much for me. Managed to get half way up, but then realised that not only could I see through the steps. But it moved!
After a sandwich in the cafe on site, we went for a walk round Sherringham, specifically along the sea front.
At the end was the RNLI station, where we got a chance to sea the lifeboat, surprising with the same name as someone we know. Really interesting to get on the viewing platform above it and look down on all the gear on board. And it wasn't very big, going out with 4 crew, it can still rescue 22 people.
Back to pack, and for the last time to the resort bar for a very nice steak.
A couple of nightcap, and a relatively early night ready for a long drive back tomorrow!
Great week. Lots of good food, walks, houses, and a really relaxing time.