Well, it’s been a while and much has happened since my last post. Now firmly ensconced in Thurne and settling into village life I think its time to update this, greatly neglected, blog. But first I must make a quick confession. The inspiration for this latest effort did not come from me, rather it came from one Richard Woodham who, completely out of the blue, emailed to inform me that he had used my drawing of Saint Fursey on his blog Norfolk Saints Way. I had long believed that my blog had disappeared, swallowed as it were into the cyber bowels of the interweb! how wrong I was, someone actually took a peek !! Anyway after recovering from the shock I am now making good on my promise to Richard to include a link to his site.
Norfolk Saints’ Way. 1300 years of Christian history in 42 miles
Quoting from the site ; “Norfolk Saints’ Way adds another layer of interpretation to the existing Anglers’ and Wherryman’s Ways. The project is led by Norwich Cathedral as part of their contribution to the ‘Green Pilgrimage Network and European Green Pilgrimage Network’
Although this site is still in its infancy, it promises much and I for one will visit it regularly and monitor its progress with great interest. Don’t be put off by its Christian emphasis, I think this site will offer much to walkers, history buffs and those who like to just get swept up and lost for a short while in our beautiful countryside. I urge you to visit, here’s the link.
And the link to the page with my borrowed picture of Saint Fursey: