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Glen_Mist
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Hi Monica and Brian, i'm one of the lucky ones, i live in Reedham and my baot is at Brundall Gardens, so about 20 mins travel time, 15 if i push it, or 12 by train.

Chris J

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Hi you Pair,
Kent?
What and where is that.
Evil Grin

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Hi Roya, if i have consulted my 2001 AA road map correctly, it's one of the places you go through on the way to getting cheap Stale Tortoise from a French shop.

Chris J

"Darling, where is that water coming from?"

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An old thread on this topic...

http://the-norfolk-broads.co.uk/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=38&Topic=675&keywords=

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Ta for that Chris,
I know Norfolk is Spot On
Suffolk is the runner up
End of storey.
Tinhat Tinhat

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Well they did say they were bored so this may cheer them up.

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If I was a gambling man, which I'm fortunately not, I'd lay money on Kent being the most highly represented county of boat owners on this forum - other than Norfolk / Suffolk.  There are quite a few members who have owned up to living there.

For about 6 weeks that even included us, until our house in Norfolk came through.

Oh and Roy, you're a Londoner.  Nuff said. Smile

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Hi

Well in just under 2 weeks we will be less than a 20min walk from the boat Smile
Live in Norwich and boat soon to be with us

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Marc & Karen
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Simon young Sir.
Ahem,
i have been in Norfolk since 1979 so i am nearly a local.
Gills family have been here over 300 years so
NAH  NAH .
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Ooh I think it takes more than 28 years to become a local!  Besides which, does Kings Lynn really count as Norfolk?  tounge-in-cheek

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If Norfolk is anything like most of the places I know of, you are a "comer in" unless your Grandma was born there.  Wink

Of course there is more incentive to move to Norfolk from some places. You see the improvement over Yorkshire isn't much to write home about so it's worth just coming down for a holiday.

It took me a leisurly 5 hours ish I think, that was towing and lots of stops.

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