Ah, what's this emerging from a private boathouse?
It is White Moth, a gaff rigged wherry yacht built in Wroxham nearly 100 years ago.
Sailing on Wroxham broad
There is White Moth all 59 feet of her and looking very regal as she takes sail on Wroxham Broad
An older waterside residence...this is rented out if you fancy it
The latest style for riverside living in Wroxham and costing a pretty penny or million..
After our river trip we headed off to Woodbastwick (woo-bas-wick) to visit my very favourite brewery, Woodforde's.
Woodforde's brewery shop
A Woodforde's pub next to the brewery, the Fur and Feather Inn where we enjoyed for lunch
Bamboozled by choice...which one, which one?
My choice as a Norfolk/Suffolk borders man, Mardler's is a damn good beer, but is narrowly beaten by Wherry, I'll drink a pint or 3 any night, but both have got to go some to beat a good pint of Adnams Broadside!ReplyDelete
(Friend of G&J on NB Contented Souls)
Wroxham / Coltishall - its where I learned to sail!ReplyDelete
I think you may have meant Salhouse Broad?ReplyDelete
What do you mean 'which one?' - all of them!!ReplyDelete
Kath (nb Herbie)
Would that be Salhouse rather than Salford?ReplyDelete
I was in that hotel by Wroxham bridge last week, but they didn't have Woodfords on, but they did have a rememberance beer called PoppyReplyDelete