Sunday, 5 March 2017

No seafood lunch - En route to The White Horse at Upton and lunch – later than planned.


So many interesting buildings -

Round spire Beeston St Lawrence

Stow mill Mundesley

Sherringham lifeboat paintings

Next to the lifeboat station there is the sea wall and a long line of paintings. This appears to be a bit of a local tradition – hence the pub sign.

Well worth a return trip in the summer if its not too busy with holidaymakers.


The White Horse at Upton - Brian beer


Well this proved to be an interesting experience – Storm Doris picked up making driving hazardous. I was glad to arrive and park next to some shelter.

Food excellent and then the power cut! End of food but real ale still going strong.
They shut early but I had been there long enough.

Friday 24th Visit to Harriot and Tillie at Bridgham Norfolk

Over the last 30 years Harriot has been rebuilding her house. She has literally done everything herself.

Who makes their own doors, grown from their own trees and even cuts twin tenons?
Tillie is now working on it and it is getting things moving.

Meanwhile they are both still busy hand making furniture for others.

Saturday 4th March Wanstead

Present from My Daughter Sophie – she had been to Bruges for a weekend, Trappist beer (made by the Monks) and chocolate.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Beers from recognised Trappist breweries: AchelChimayEngelszellLa TrappeOrvalSpencerRochefortTre FontaneWestmalleWestvleteren, and Zundert
Trappist beer is brewed by Trappist breweries. Eleven monasteries — six in Belgium, two in the Netherlands and one each in AustriaItaly and United States — currently brew beer and sell it as Authentic Trappist Product.

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