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Old Tuesday 30th May 2006, 08:34   #5
Karl J
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hi there. went up around the Horsey & Hickling lanes the other day - 3 harriers, 1 Kestrel & a GS Woodpecker from Stubb Mill, with a singing Blackcap in the bushes that wouldn't come out.

2 Hobby's along the lane behind Rush Hill / Potter Heigham church (... that lane has been resurfaced recently & the council hasn't bothered clearing up the excess stones so watch out)

2 Yellow Wagtails between Hemsby & Winterton

And i see the poppies are in flower now too, very nice.

2.20 for a cup of tea & choc-chip cookie at horsey mill tea stall. ... On the subject of tea drinking there's a good little cafe on Overstrand clifftop that does decent food, ok prices and serves you tea in a teapot that comes complete with a second pot of hot water. Nice view out to sea too

(btw Tim, weren't you trying to get a 4x4 up onto Waxham beach Saturday morning was it ? Honestly, some people)
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