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Back on track and trail – North Sea trail – edited

July 14, 2014

2 years ago, we walked in France, down in the Lot and Pyrenees, a fantastic trip, after having been on train 2012-09-09-1184 but we have discovered that we can actually just walk out of the door and down to the sea and follow IMAG3305IMAG3306 walk either up north or down south for days or just take a small bit of it for one day. So we just went down to our local beach and followed the trail which at some places was very narrow due to the effects of the big storms last fall, but we made it IMAG3319 We had lunch at one of the old churches from 13th century IMAG3322IMAG3325 and then down to the sea again watching the bridge going up for crossing ships IMAG3336IMAG3350 In the old days there was a ferry, but now there is only the ferry inn, where you can get solid icecreamIMAG3342 There is of course a light house to ensure the boats get free from getting too close to the coast IMAG3355_BURST002_COVER Before we went home we tested the water and it had a really nice temperature IMAG3372 And I must not forget our treasure IMAG3392 a fossile within a stone, haved asked the local geological museum how old it might be. THe conclusion on this post must be, that the adventure is waiting for you right outside your door! just need to discover it!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. July 16, 2014 5:35 am

    It really has been two years…yikes! Looks like you had a wonderful time-isn’t it grand when you make these discoveries at home! Love to you both-Laury and Sam

  2. bibprofessor permalink*
    July 18, 2014 8:41 am

    yes, it is indeed wonderful to just walk out and enjoy the beautiful nature and countryside, hope you one day can come and experience it in your overalls 🙂 next year Bodil and I are going to Yorkshire where Bodil lived in her young days 🙂 love to you and Sam, Niels

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