Tuesday, 12 January 2010

Getting back to normal, slowly!

Everyone back at work and school (so far!) this week.  Yesterday was major clear up day, even managed to tackle the kids bedrooms as havn't had a chance to get in there with them being at home for so long and being asleep till lunchtimes!!  The snow is starting to go but its still very, very cold.  This morning I made a start on some accounts and filing (hate that job!) so gradually getting back on top of everything.

Hoping to do some scrapbooking tomorrow!!!  In the meantime here are a couple of  photos of Pulls Ferry in Norwich, one taken at the end of this summer and one this week in the snow! I also found an old photo of Pulls Ferry on the internet taken around 1890-1900.  Pulls Ferry is located on the River Wensum and is one of the most famous landmarks in Norwich, Norfolk. It is a flint building and was once a 15th Century watergate. It was the route for the stone used to build Norwich Cathedral. The stone came from France up the rivers Yare and Wensum. A canal, specifically built by the monks, used to run under the arch, where the Normans ferried the stone and building materials to be unloaded on the spot.

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