Flowers and flour.

Trip Start Apr 10, 2010
Trip End Apr 10, 2011

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Saturday, May 29, 2010

Oxburgh Hall was another prestigious household with all the bells and whistles of a medieval castle that had been lavishly redecorated every 100 years. Notably, the still moat that protects it and the gilded leather walls (which we snuck photos of inside).
Jena busied herself with collecting a bunch of buttercups before we went in. The lady inside said to her she had a nice bunch of flowers as if she was a retard,

We needed to kill time as the weekend was a long "bank" weekend. Which means every Londoner and his dog is on the freeway clogging up the roads. So instead of driving back into the city we decided to haunt the outskirts, mainly by back-roads if we could help it.

That afternoon we went to visit an old mill (since as early as 900AD!) and still semi-functioning. This was such a random visit and we had no intention of actually seeing it, we wanted to just find a good place to park for the night.
But the mill was very fascinating, and so old! No mills are like it that still work, so we bought some of the stone-ground flour.
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