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13th November 2021
Hiking - Walking: Nacton Foreshore
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Distance Covered: 3.37 miles (Nautical Miles - unless stated otherwise)

Saturday 13th November walk **** Nacton Shore circuit mainly cloudy with some light rain.

Another grey gloomy day here in Felixstowe, morning at home doing exercises while Mag did a spot of gardening, then after dinner I decided to take Mag on a surprise trip out. We just got in the van as the rain started but we went anyway ending up at the top car park at Nacton Shores. Autumn has arrived here in Suffolk with the trees turning some lovely colours. We walked down through the woods to the River Orwell with the tide very low as we turned left taking the top path through the tree with great views down to the river, so quiet and peaceful:) At the large field at the end of the woods we spotted some deer and decided to continue along the wooden boardwalk through the reeds with Levington up above us and yet more deer in the recently cut grass! Then back along Levington Creek with a few birds in the mud making it back to the river and with the tide now coming in there were loads of birds feeding on the tide line including several noisy curlews and egrets! We walked back along the beach which is harder on the legs in the sand and shingle. We even got a few glimpses of sun with some top clouds too. We were knackered by the time we reached the van having cover 3.37 miles, the cold is taking it toll still! Back home for a cuppa and cake, watching Ireland beat the All Blacks at Rugby, top game too:)

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