The second incarnation of my blog
We have been in North Norfolk this weekend at Pete’s brothers holiday home. We arrived on Friday night and went to the local pub for Tapas… not very Norfolk I grant you.
On Saturday morning I ran in the Sheringham Parkrun. It was a deceptive course as it started downhill on good paths, but finished uphill through the woods on extremely muddy paths. I had to walk several parts due to the mud. Not fun!
Also on Saturday, we walked along the beach to Sheringham and Zac loved it. The beach and cliffs have been decimated by the recent storms and it was sad to see the remains of several beach huts from some unknown location.
Just before going out for dinner we had a short but powerful electric storm. For dinner we returned to The Gunton Arms where we had eaten in October. This location is very strange; it’s down a track and then through the dark windy night to a stunning gastropub. The odd thing was that we heard the head chef saying he was going to our town on Monday for a Gastropub awards show. It’s a small world.
On Sunday we walked to Cromer along the beach at low tide (yes, I looked the tide times up!), which took about just over an hour each way. Zac loved playing with the many dogs we met.