Wells Next-The-Sea

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Hiking in the bleeding cold weather on the north coast of East Anglia.

I am presently sitting in a heavy haze of jet lag with the rain coming down outside in the way that only Taiwan can muster. Got back after rather a long night flight from London yesterday and have been battling e-mail demons all day (mostly slain, I might add). Felt I needed to find a little time to write up the marvelous weekend I had in Wells Next-The-Sea (what a quaint name) with the folks and newly wed sis and bruv-in-law.

I’ll battle through the bleary vision and sausage fingers and say – great Christmas, and just what I needed to recharge the old batteries. 2009 ho!

Cold air but beautiful skies.

Norfolk is quite flat. A somewhat refreshing change from the mountains and hustle & bustle of Taiwan. For a wee while.

My delightful sister.

My old man.

Will he make it?!

Little rascals.

The sun sets on 2008, and I am looking forward to what 2009 will bring – truly.

One Comment

  1. Posted 2009/06/27 at 04:16 | Permalink

    Good to see you have visited Wells, possibly a bit cold in January.

    My Great Granfather Charles Hinds was lost in the Wells lifeboat tradegy of 29th October 1880. There is a broken mast memorial opposite the Old Lifeboat House.

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