Posted by Andrew Craig-Bennett on October 24, 2006 at 15:52:58 from 184.108.40.206 user ACB.
In Reply to: Re: A report on Goblin Creek, Witch's Quay and Flint Island posted by Jock on October 24, 2006 at 13:26:38:
Thank you, Jock. You have answered my query - there are indeed footpaths with public rights of way along the sea walls in both directions - but I can only offer a vague recollection in return. When I first scouted round the Backwaters, in 1963, I was ten years old and living in Clacton. I cycled to Kirby-le-Soken and pushed my dromedary along the sea walls, half expecting to meet the Swallows. Here was proof that the stories were real!
I do not remember the northerly dam being there at that time.
It is an odd thought, and not wholly a comfortable one, that I was closer to the Swallows in time, then, than I am to my ten year old self today.
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