Broads sentence example
- Me and Billie and Willie had these three broads lined up but the twins had this job to do first.
- So that's what we do—we go back to the broads.
- We got off the highway where we were supposed to and drove back to Scranton to see the broads.
- That's where they met these broads.
- The river Ant provides a route southward to the Norfolk Broads.Advertisement
- Shallow lagoons formed along the lower courses of the rivers of Norfolk have given to that part of the country the name of the Broads, a district of low and nearly level land.
- But many of the midland, eastern and south-eastern rivers, the Norfolk Broads, &c., are noted for their coarse fish.
- Come to a traditional 1930's boatyard in the beautiful northern Broads and enjoy a very special experience.
- Enjoy the area's quiet villages, parts of the Norfolk Broads and pretty coastal areas.
- hire a cruiser or yacht on the Norfolk Broads, River Thames, or Yorkshire Ouse.Advertisement
- Just inland, you'll enjoy Britain's newest National Park, the Broads, formed from medieval peat diggings.
- There are over 185 miles of footpaths in the Broads, ranging from short strolls to more strenuous hikes.
- Reedham The River Wensum is part of the Norfolk Broads, making Norwich unique in having a national park within its city walls!
- wherryfirst visit was to that marvelous Museum of the Broads where one of only two trading wherries is moored.
- wherrypleasure wherries and yachts were the first hire boats on the Broads and as such tell an important story.Advertisement
- The first visit was to that marvelous Museum of the Broads where one of only two trading wherries is moored.
- The pleasure wherries and yachts were the first hire boats on the Broads and as such tell an important story.
- So that's what we doâ€”we go back to the broads.