Coast Part 7 2010
I have almost tired of starting a blog by saying that the next stage of our trip around the UK coastline is decidedly different to the earlier ones. If you have read the previous blogs you will know that it is the mainland coast that we are travelling. This time it is East Anglia, starting at the Wash and finishing at the Thames. We have started or finished a leg before by staying with someone we have met on MotorHome Facts (MHF) but this is the first time that the first three nights have been spent on someone's driveway. It makes for a slow start but a convivial one.
The other difference on this trip was that we were starting out on the 1st of March which is a tad too early for the UK camping season, of that, more later. We cleared our diary to perhaps start this leg in the last week of February and then just looked for a dry weather window to get started. Sharing a van with two wet dogs is an acquired taste and one that you need to gently break yourself into. As in the previous parts I haven't mentioned here every little seaside village we passed through and so have produced a list as a seperate blog. This also includes the maps and links to the campsites, note the maps don't always show all the smaller roads