hesadevil (hesadevil) wrote,
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Quote for the Day

There is nothing like returning to a place that remains unchanged to find the ways in which you yourself have altered.


We visited Woodbridge in glorious sunshine last Tuesday and found it very much the same - apart from a new (to us) cafe beside the Tide Mill.


Woodbridge Tide Mill
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There, we enjoyed our first lunch in the UK that welcomed the dog. The sign on the door reads "dogs and well-behaved children welcome". Quite a few villages warned us of dangerous children as we crossed their boundaries.


After a lunch of game casserole and apple crumble and ice cream for me and fresh plaice followed by bread and butter pudding for MWNN and Ron, we walked some of the calories off
along the river footpath.


Boats on the Deben.
The Deben at Woodbridge
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Ducks among the gulls.
Duck among gulls.
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Guide to the River Deben - the area is a delight for bird-watchers.
Deben estuary
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Young gulls
Hop(p)ing for lunch
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My thoughts are with friends in Australia who may be affected by the horrendous fires.

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