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11th February 2024
Hiking - Walking: Around Felixstowe
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Distance Covered: 3.24 miles (Nautical Miles - unless stated otherwise)

Sunday 11th February - walk *** – Around Felixstowe – sunny periods with light winds:).

Saturday 10th Feb – short prom.
Miserable day so didn’t do much, exercises in the morning followed by a short walk along the prom which was very busy despite the gloomy weather via Lidl to pick up some free cake, spotted a few birds including a couple of friendly robins, then home to watch England scrape a win against Wales in the rugby.

Sunday 11th Feb.

We were having Maeva for the day to help out, she arrived too early for me to do my exercises and as she really needed a slepp but would not settle we decided to head out for a walk to make the most of the stunning Sunday weather, sunny with light airs making it perfect for the crowds to flock to Felixstowe to make the most of it! Maeva enjoyed her trip down to the seadfront taking everything in, the workers were shutting the flood gates due to a high tide but with the sea so calm there was no danger of any flooding today! We did our usual trip around the pier seeing just how busy it was, not our favourite really but we did enjoyed our amble along the prom. There was quite a crowd gathered at The Fludyers watching a young seal who was looking for a spot to rest but didn’t choose a great place really with high water, very little beach and loads of people watching. The youngster seemed unfazed by all the attention it was drawing to itself. It did come right up on the beach but soon headed back into the sea and we followed it as it made its way towards The Dip with Maeva now fast asleep so she missed all the action! We made it as far as Jacobs Ladder before returning, with the prom so busy we headed inland to Allenby Park but with Maeva asleep she did not get a go on the swings today. Then home for lunch and half watch a one sided game of rugby between Ireland and Italy.

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