I had now cancelled three holidays owing to Covid-19 and my poorly mother. With the money saved on not going to Shetland, Scarborough and North Wales, I was keen to get in some nice day trips.
I was half-tempted to go for a Gull-billed Tern in Suffolk, but it seemed a long way and would be quite expensive even with my taxi friend giving me generous mate's rates. I thought Norfolk looked promising after a fall at Spurn, thinking stuff would filter down.
First stop was Titchwell, where after the obligatory track and trace, Ruff were right next to the hide. Otherwise there were a few Dunlin, Ringed Plover, Common Snipe but not the hoped for Little Stint and Curlew Sandpiper.