Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Wells next the Sea 2014 - Part 2

Days Four to Seven
Wells next the Sea

 The Albatros, bar, cafe and B&B.

 Wells harbout

 High and dry.

 Leading buoy?

 Busy scene on the beach.

 Just a short walk and its peaceful and quiet.

 Wells beach huts.

 Looking out to sea.

 A walk in the woods.

 All safely moored on the visitor pontoon.

 Wells fishing fleet tucked up safe from the strong winds.

 As the weather improves we all venture out from within the boats.

 Dinghies on the running moorings.

 Pretty coastal cottages.

 The worlds longest narrow gauge steam rail line from Wells to Walsingham. Of course we had to have a go.

 Pretty scene in Walsingham.

The fishing fleet heading back to harbour on our last day in Wells. These guys all seemed to be having some good fishing this year. Each time they arrived back in port they were fully laden with crabs, lobster or whelks.

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