A stroll through Norfolk

Friday, January 4

There are those days.
The days between Christmas day and New years, where every day feels like boxing day and country folk take to long walks, shoots in the woods and meals out by the fire.
On this day we combined two of the above with a long walk along the beach and a hearty meal to fill our bellies! 

First stop, like everyone else in the world, we took a little stroll to the shops to see the sales. Fat face had a glorious collection and after some deep thought i scurried off the changing rooms, top in hand to talk myself out of buying it. A few twirls in the mirror later and i some how found myself at the till with my new top being wrapped up for me. At least it was on sale or i may have felt guilty.


After our quick stroll around we hopped in the trucks and headed to the beach. Donning all our warmest layers we headed out onto the yellow sand and let the fresh sea breeze hit our little red noses. 


Lola, our token dog, had a whale of a time running lengths of the beach after her little yellow ball..







..while everyone else walked in small groups discussing presents and highlights of their Christmas breaks. 







Soon our bellies were beginning to grumble, our hair was thoroughly windswept and we could no longer feel our toes so we turned around and trudged back to the cars.

Lola carried her ball the whole way back.



After a quick change out of our sandy dog walking gear we dragged ourselves in a lovely little pub called The Orange Tree for a glass of wine and a sit in front of the fire.



Which was complete with this little miss..


Her name was Molly and she was quite happy sitting by the fire and getting fuss from all of us. I tried my best to match make Grizzle but i don't think it was meant to be, sigh.. 

A drink or two later and we had ordered and were escorted to our table. I ordered the fish of the day with chips and mushy peas, which was brought out on a special wooden block. The whole meal was gorgeous but i would go back for those mushy peas alone! Deliciously minty without being too overpowering like most. 






Blazer - Tom Joules
Scarf - Burberry
Bag - Prada
Jeans - River Island
Watch - Marc Jacobs


P.S I have purposly cropped my face from this photo because.. well.. i hated it and didn't have enough time to take another. Oh to be effortlessly cool when it comes to photos! 

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