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My Odd Job day

Today was repair Sally‘s bed day 🙂 Necessitated by her 6ft+ lad falling on her foot board when playing hide and seek 🙂 and cruelly snapping it in two.

Good excuse for me to try out my new Erbauer ERB800RL all purpose saw – worked fine although I think it may be to flimsy for the more severe pruning jobs that friends ask me to do!

After which Sally gave me a first rate Indian Head massage and then I installed the new Google Latitude (alas not fully functional for us second rate citizens in the UK) programme whilst Sally had a paying client for a Swedish massage.

We headed off to Kings Lynn for a short walk and tea with Sally’s friend who did the Inca trail a couple of years ago.

Here’s the walk using the very neat Everytrail application on the iPhone:-

Lynn stroll

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A house for less than £100K

Today’s little walk was from Cley to Sheringham. A bit of a late start due to us taking the long way from Kings Lynn 🙁 However it was a lovely clear day with the tide in, the pebble beach makes the walking a bit harder but very rewarding with the sea sounds.

The big surprise of the day is that you can buy a cottage in the centre of Sheringham for £99,000 my first glimpse of a sub £100K property in these parts and of cause Sheringham does have a rail connection 🙂

Norfolk Coastal Walk

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Sally has done a post with more photos over on her blog 🙂

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