Arriving at Gt Yarmouth we have a look around the shops first then make our way to South Quay where the festival is situated, the dogs are well behaved so far but i don't think Mollster is going to like the crowds. there are ships moored along the quay and stalls selling assorts of food and gifts along the narrow walkway.
a steam powered tug boat
love the blue sky against the masts
Molly is not liking all the crowds, but as we have walked the entire length of the quay we have decided to leave and take the dogs for a run on the beach, the area to the left of the pier is dog friendly so we are heading there. here is our first view across the sand dunes :) Its really windy down here , but fairly warm
it hasn't taken long for them to get wet! lol
Haha Chester !
the waves are getting bigger with almost high tide
Ooops Chester has just been swamped by a wave!
a wet Mollster is posing again :)
a short video of Chester being swamped by another wave lol
Big clouds are appearing now , but dont think it will rain
Come on, we have to go now dogs! Nooo we want to stay they must be thinking!
back in the sand dunes to try and dry them off a bit with chasing the ball
hay is being bailed in all the fields around Ludham , more of them another day
almost the end of our first day in Norfolk , back at the caravan Jan gets the dinner on while i go up the lane to photograph the sun set
Sundays forecast is for more sunny weather so we are going to Horsey windpump which is only half hour away.