Great jobs of 2006 – Ferrywoman

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How’s this for a job to be doing on a blustery October Sunday with a full flood tide running?

I know there’s worse (ask any grunt in Iraq) but you have to admire what some people are prepared to do to earn a crust. Says something about the dignity of honest labour, doesn’t it?

FYI – the ferry crosses the River Blyth in Suffolk England, saving walkers about 1.5 miles by linking Southwold and Walberswick.

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Citizen of the fine city of Norwich. Interested in photography, literature, Norwich, Norfolk and Italy.

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