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1st May 2019
Hiking - Walking: Extended circuit of Felixstowe
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Wednesday 1st May – Walk *** Extended circuit of Felixstowe – sunny periods.

I was tempted to go away for a night in the van to visit Sutton Hoo with our new National Trust membership but the weather forecast not great and then a friend came to mend our light pull in the bathroom so will do that another time. Then I was going to Christchurch Park to see Rodens ‘The Kiss’ but when I checked it finished over the weekend so we decided to stay in Felixstowe. I had to post my faulty GW-60 a gps watch back to the Netherlands as they had agreed to send me a replacement so started off going to the post office on the cliff top before heading down to the spa gardens and then out onto the prom. With a slight breeze coming off the sea it was a bit nippy but that hadn’t put people off and there were several people about including open water swimmers, stand up paddle boarders, yachts and even a smelly jet ski! We passed the workman putting down a new black surface on the prom and a bit rough it was too:( We carried onto the end of the prom at Jacobs ladder and decided to continue along the beach before reaching the next section of prom. It was quieter along this section and at The Dip we turned and walked back along the cliff top. There are several large houses being built mainly in back gardens including a huge three storey monstrosity that amazes me how they ever got planning permission! We were getting our 6 mile legs as we walked through town and home for yummy scrambled egg after covering 4 miles!


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