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One more day in Ludlow and then it was off to Luke and Lucy's place in Suffolk to see the rest of the family with Sophie and Marcus heading up from London. There was much rejoicing! Wine, beer (last tour spot at the Greene King brewery for Seth and a visit to England's smallest pub-the Nutshell-for the rest of the cousins), good food, old photos and travels through the English countryside to Lavenham (Harry ...
... to us, we come face to face with a giant ploughed field. There is no footpath marker and no footsteps to follow but we know our route takes us straight across the middle. The shoes cake with mud as we gain inches in height and slide from footstep to footstep in the mire. As is our doctrine with all such challenges, we adopt the attitude of head down, don’t think, and it all will pass. And it does!
We reach our final marker ...
... that surround this area made it easy to defend. This church was built of a size and opulence which belies the size of the village today. It is considered one of the finest in Suffolk. Its size confronts one in such a small place and inside the fittings could almost grace a church in Paris or Rome. Not surprisingly I read that John de la Pole, the second Duke of Suffolk, whose wife was Elizabeth Plantagent of Edward IV and Richard III family, are remembered for their support ...
... myself without ripping my top even further had Debby not been there, I don't know. After some further walking we have the very rare experience of the sky darkening and rain beginning to fall. Just before this event Debby had once again acknowledged that my conker kicking prowess had moved ahead in leaps and bounds. Now though hiding under a small wooded area it was off with the backpacks and finding rain jackets to zip up and protect us for the last half an hour ...
... durant notre périple à travers l'Angleterre, les villages anglais ont beaucoup de charmes. En chemin vers Orford on a passé une maison semblant sortir tout droit d'un conte de fée. Ça ne se voit pas très bien sur la photo mais cette maison en briques rouges avec son toit de chaume, ses murs couverts de lierre et des parterres de fleurs multicolores nous a rappelé à tous les deux le conte de Hansel & Gretel.
Dans la ...