Thursday 29 August 2013

Out and about...

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We have had a couple of busy 'walking' days. Firstly we visiting some open gardens - walking the entire route - 3 1/2 miles plus walking around each garden. Another day, we made it to Wolferton Scarecrow event - another 1 1/4 miles. Felt more than it was due to the heat.

I forgot to take the camera for the gardens visit but did remember for the Wolferton Scarecrow do.  Here just a few pictures of the ones we could actually get close enough to!

 The one below (except for the man's head behind) was the best in our view although some thought God and his dog a little creepy. The dog was just constructed from scraps of wool felt pushed together until it resembled a dog - amazing!

Ya boo sucks to the incinerator problems caused by Norfolk County Council trying to impose its will over those folks living to the West.
Cosmetic surgery - er no!!
This chap stood at the now defunct Royal railway station which was also open.


  1. So glad you're enjoying your walking! But I do agree that it is a struggle in the heat!
    I love open gardens, what a fantastic initiative and such a great way of raising funds for charities.Mr Sft just loves that we can have a cream tea in a beautiful setting-and I agree!

    Love the scarecrows too. Just ingenious!

    Sft x

  2. Absolutely love the scarecrows. I think there is a scarecrow festival in a village a little way from us - I shall have to check it out.

  3. Looks like a great couple of walks and how nice to have found the scarecrow event. I've found it's just been a tad too hot for walking lately, preferring a cooler evening stroll at the moment.
    Patricia x


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