A walk we have done many times but one of our favourites.
It proved to be rather good in terms of wildlife too. Odonata included an obliging male Scarce Chaser at Bath Hills plus Brown Hawker, Norfolk Hawker, Southern Hawker, Emperor, hundreds of Banded Demoiselles, Red-eyed Damselfly and the first Emerald Damselflies of the year. Other insects were Bumblebee Hoverfly and Field Grasshopper. The latter on a shop window in Bungay!
Plantwise it was equally good with the Waveney having River Water-dropwort, Hoary Willowherb, Arrowhead, Flowering Rush, Water Figwort and Small Teasel with Common Club-rush and the scarce Tubular Water-dropwort on the marshes and False Brome in the woods. Best of all however were Dewberry at Bath Hills (a plant I've looked for in the past and never seen) and the strange sight of naturalised Eastern Larkspur near the sluice at Earsham. I also paid homage to the Cut-leaved Bramble on Outney Common as I was so close.