Skirting the edge Leg 6
Its a day late as the Wi-Fi and mobile signal in the wee village of Atwick (Lincs) was near impossible to obtain, so a day late it is. Forgive is i forget everything, but today (Leg 7) has bene action packed and I only have so much room for things, as my head is full of weird stuff i need to keep hold of.
So leaving Lowestoft the plan was to head north along the Norfolk coast. From there it was along the North Norfolk coast to the wash, around it and into Lincolnshire. the plan was to follow the entire Lincolnshire coast as far as Grimsby then cross the Humber Bridge into Blunderside (I think its called east Riding now?) along the coast to Spurn head and 10 miles further north to Atwick for an overnight halt. Its about 300 miles in total of narrow roads into seaside resorts where roads are jammed packed and back into country roads where averaging 25mph is hard graft.
So pictures I hear you shout! Sea side huts abound so far for the entre journey to date, yet again all locked up and no one home?
I noted that Suffolk is all Stoney beeches and Norfolk is sandy, however the Suffolk area is far less commercial and more laid back and relaxed.
I managed three sand samples, but the roads were busy narrow and the route at least 50 miles too far for comfort so it was get a move on to the over night stop.