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4th November 2023
Hiking - Walking: Around Felixstowe
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Saturday 4th November - walk ***** – Felixstowe, The Dip prom walk - wet morning, sunny afternoon and windy.

No windsurfing today as strong winds and rain forecast so relaxed in bed doing word games and watching the rain, foul start to the day here in Felixstowe, Suffolk will float away soon if all this rain dosent stop! Then did my exercises and Mag made the most amazing ginger cake. After lunch with the sun now out we decided to drive to Cliff Lane and walk down the cliff to the prom and walk towards the Ferry. With the tide high the sea was absolutely amazing with large waves crashing against the sea wall, We had to walk higher in front of the beach huts to avoid getting wet feet, it felt good to be alive. Several people we also out enjoying the fantastic sea with the last of the sun which was setting behind us:) We got as far as the cliff top carpark before meeting an old friend where we stopped for a chat before reurning the way we came. With the tide dropping the waves were subsiding slightly but still great, not her longest walk but certainly one on the more exciting ones:) Then we drive back via The Fludyes with the sun setting behind the dock cranes, then down to the view point to see the sunset which was not great and home for a big slice of that yummy ginger cake:)
Tomorrow is still looking proming for another windsurf at Levington:)

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