Beach huts in the car park
Southwold By Satnav, Suffolk - 28th December 2008
Isobel gets given a SatNav for Christas, so we decide to test it out by doing a very familiar trip - to the coast at Southwold - for a very bracing walk in the strong easterly (Siberian) winds. Fred's OK in his furry hat, Maggie-Simpson-esque snow suit and several blankets - so much so he barely notices whilst we freeze on the sea-front.
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A 'countra-jour' shot of the sea-front parade and the entrance to the car park
Southwold Pier, and a lively sea
A brave (or foolhardy) family group brave the winds for an outdoor picnic
Groynes along the shore.
Wintry sun and the town of Southwold
Somewhat implausibly, an insaniac is out surfing in the 5° sea
Isobel and Fredster on the pier
One man and his dog look out to sea
Isobel looks a little chilly
The pier from along the beach
Isobel and Fred stroll along the promenade
The 1930s amusement arcade
A couple of wrecked derelict sheds
Fred in his Arctic survival gear
The waves catch the setting sun
A wrought-iron sign announces 'Boating Café Lakes'
Fred does the big eye thing
Fred does a spot of modelling
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