An even greyer and mistier day, colder than yesterday. We walked up across Kelling Heath then west to Sheringham Park before heading north to pick up the coast path to return to the campsite. An enjoyable walk, but the camera didn't see much action - it wasn't worth trying to take "views", there were no random sculptures in sight (must have been either removed or engulfed by the gorse on the heath), & even the most interesting trees in Sheringham Park need a bit of light to display them at their best!
The route took us past Weybourne Station on the North Norfolk Railway and which appears to act as a depot for the line. My attention was taken by the rows of spare wheels as we looked back towards the station, so that's the main Blip today. Sheringham Park is maintained by the National Trust and is well known for its collection of rhododendrons. We've often found a few flowering in the middle of winter, so that's the extra today, the other "must take", despite not wanting to take my gloves off at the time!
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