It Is Definitely a`Bank Holiday

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by laneside, May 6, 2012.

  1. laneside

    laneside Funster

    Aug 14, 2009
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    Oradour sur Vayres
    Just look at the number of units on The Covet (a Caravan club site) in Norfolk.

    When we arrived here on Thursday there was us and a retired couple with a trailer tent

    Just took the piccies in either direction now and as you can see the site is full in fact as I walk around I can see two empty spaces and there are pitches for 88 on here. What is suprising is the fact that it is just as quiet today as it was on Thursday when we arrived.

    If anyone wants a peaceful forest break with brilliant walking then this site may be ideal, each time I walk out I can almost be certain to see roe deer or muntjacks plus lots of other wildlife.

    The unusual thing about this site for a caravan club site is there are no toilets or showers

    Incidently the forest around the site is the historic home of the Desert Rats during the short time that they were in England in the forties

    Oh I forgot to say there is only one bar on T Mobile and WiFi on 3 is not sufficient to send piccies so you will have to use your imagination
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  2. icantremember

    icantremember Funster

    Sep 2, 2010
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    Nr Watton in Norfolk
    The Covert is a great site fore nature watching......we stayed there a few times when we were buying our current bungalow at Saham Toney (nr Watton).

    It may be a bit early yet but we used to walk out to a forest clearing at dusk to see nightjars and one evening we were sitting quietly on a bench in the clearing when a hare wandered along and sat right in front of us.


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