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Old Vicarage, East Ruston


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Sunday, 19th July, 2009.
We were apprehensive about what the weather had in store for us but apart from a small shower en route we managed to dodge the rain through most of the day.  Wroxham was an interesting stopping point for lunch with lots to see and do.  Some went window shopping, most found a comfy cafe or riverside restaurant for a snack or meal, but Jane and Carol were by far the most adventurous, they hired a motor boat (£16 for an hour) and went on an intrepid journey for several miles along The Broads!

We reached our destination soon after 2pm and our Coach Driver was immediately confronted by the eye catching figure, resplendent in figure hugging, bright red trousers, of Graham Robeson, one of the part owners of the garden, acting as a very efficient Car Park Attendant!  After such a colourful welcome we already knew we were in for a quite unique and exotic experience, and it didn't disappoint!