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8th July 2024
Hiking - Walking: Around Felixstowe
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Monday 8th July - walk *** – Around Felixstowe including a picnic at The Manor – sunny periods.


Just for a change, no rain today, also the wind has dropped and we had a sunny morning so it was back to my exercises in the garden. Then I packed a picnic and as we had to drop off something to drop off at the post office we decided to head down to Felixstowe prom, turn right to have lunch at The Manor end:) With an improvement in weather although it had clouded over but it was still t-shirt weather it was fairly busy especially with a few large groups of kids of school day out by the sea, the ice cream kiosk was particularly busy. We walked past two of Felixstowe white elephants, the new beach hut village which are struggling to sell the expensive huts, many with no sea view, in fact we haven’t seen anyone there yet and then the ferris wheel back for its second season but it never seems to be open! We found a nice quiet spot just before the end of the prom for a yummy lunch of egg sandwiches again. We the light onshore breeze and being high water the sea was choppy but there were a few yachts out to sea and a fishing boats followed by gulls passed! After a relaxing lunch we continued to the end of the prom then took the path behid the beach huts, still a mass of wild flowers, many going to seed which the birds seemed to love as there was loads of sparrows and gold finches flitting about!

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