Peter Scott Walk

Yesterday I had a plan to walk the Peter Scott Walk but when I woke nice and early, only to find out it was raining, I went back to bed in disgust 🙁

I finally got out of bed 3 hours later and it seemed a little brighter and for once the saying “rain before 7 gone by 11 ” was true.

So 3 hours later than I intended I set off to walk some of the Peter Scott walk, in March 2007 this was the walk of the month in the Telegraph 

Luckily for me I can do this straight from my front door 🙂

First part of the walk was from home into Kings lynn where I then caught the little ferry over to West lynn, the ferry runs every 20 mins from 7am till 6pm and costs £1.50 for a return ticket

As I set off late I was not sure I had time to walk all the way to Sutton Bridge so I decided that I would just do part of the walk.

Its a huge wide open green walk right down the wash, very peaceful, which was lovely after the hectic, hustle and bustle of work.

Not a human being was seen but there was plenty of birds and boats, an owl and what might have been a peregrine followed me for quite a while !

I will certainly be going back to complete this walk, hopefully on a nice frosty morning 🙂 and next time I will finish at the light house and catch the 505 bus back to Kings Lynn.

All photos can be seen here

 

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2 thoughts on “Peter Scott Walk

  1. Martin

    Looks like a good walk, one I’ve wanted to do for a while. I’m thinking about getting up to Lynn as early as possible one morning and watching the sun rise over the Wash. Did you see the man-made islands?

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