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After many years in the Royal Air Force and a posting to RAF Coltishall Wally also created the Solarscope mobile disco's with gigs as far as Manchester. He was resident DJ at Scamps Nightclub in Norwich during the 70's and had a show on Hospital Radio Norwich.
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Monday, March 28, 2011

A Round Trip of the Norfolk (and Suffolk) Broads

On our recent holiday we decided to see just how much of the Broads we could cover. In the end we did 155 miles and only missed a few places out that we often go to anyway. Most places now have electricity supplied which meant we could leave the overnight heaters on. (Sheri feels the cold!) I was always up early for a trek with the dog and an Ordnance Survey map. So - did you try to guess the locations before I labelled them? Have a go now. The answers are at the bottom.
Answers to the locations numbered 1-15 reading left to right top to bottom. 1. Cockshoot Broad. 2. Coltishall Green. 3 Fudge on otter watch at Irstead Common. 4. Stokesby. 5. A frosty morning at Sutton Staithe. 6. The very end at Locks Inn Shipmeadow. 7.Casting off from South Walsham. 8. Rowan Craft public mooring at Geldeston. 9. Potter Heigham. 10. Potter Heigham bridge. 11. Ranworth Broad (Malthouse really) 12. A misty morning at Burgh Castle. 13. Stalham Town Staithe. 14. Evening sun over Geldeston. 15. North Cove in the evening. VIDEO TO FOLLOW IN DUE COURSE!

1 comment:

cecneale said...

Hi Wally
Pics - including the back of Fudge's head I reckon seven or eight.
Cec in Sutton