Old Courthouse Inn
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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 ...
... on the stool. A joyful peace of humour by an artist having an impact on what can be an otherwise wearying world.
In Yaxley church we once again experience many wonderful carvings in wood and stone, and some lovely varied stained glass, with more tantalisingly prosaic designs that the simple Christian bible scenes. Debby chants a lovely soothing chant, but afterwards we both agree that we felt no particular strong energy arising. Perhaps the Michael current ...
... and headed off into what by then was no more than light showers.
During the afternoon our walk wove its way through Stowlangtoft where I had to visit Mrs Boynton at Christmas Cottage to obtain the key of entry to the church. I am glad I did because I was then able to obtain a history brochure of the origin of the somewhat peculiar name of this village:
“‘Stow’ is old English for a ‘place’ ...
... We’re in the 'far east’ of England and the hills have all but disappeared. Farms are generally set up for arable produce, and bigger in size than we’ve been used to. The crop which we had not been able to identify a week or so back is now common, and it’s sugar beet. It’s the time of year for this crop to be harvested and the ground swells with the mature knobbly roots. Slowly we progress in a broadly northerly direction taking in the ...
... B road, but on turning back found Church Hall Farm just round the corner. the B&B is in a row of converted 500 year old farm buildings. Tony showed me the inside of the huge adjoining barn they had recently sold. It was beautiful with intricate wooden beams. showered then cycled to the nearest pub, the Prince of Wales for dinner-- a lovely smoked fish platter, which went down ...