Friday evening and a beautiful row up the Cley channel. Sun, wispy clouds high above the cumulus with clear air driven on a brisk North-easter. Our resident National Trust ranger (Norfolk Coast Countryside Manager, to be precise) did her best to test us on Latin names of marsh plants and birds (not going to reveal our score), to me they were Brent Geese, Curlew and Redshank.
Watching the forecast, we might not have bothered but as is so often the case, once there, it was magical.
P.S. we all had a go with Adrian’s multi-million pound oar (best quality skirting board timber!) and gave it the thumbs-up. Now to make a full set and improve the balance.
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