I put Ben on his lead and to his delight we wandered aimlessly about, giving him the chance to visit a few of his canine pals.
We are fortunate to have a thriving shop in the village and soon it may have a PO counter.
We also have a busy pub with a darts team and a pool team. There are regular Karaoke nights and live music from local groups, good food is served and the Sunday Lunch is renowned
The Church is well attended although we share the Rector with another parish.
I am afraid that I cut the steeple off , David Bailey I am not.
The village sign is striking
This is the lane where most of my dog walks start
It is very popular with dogs and their owners and it is kept clean, you do not have to worry about "putting your foot" in anything untoward.
We have a thriving school and the library van calls monthly, there is a good bus service hourly and you can get to Kings Lynn, Spalding, Wisbech and Peterborough easily, Hunstanton and Norwich require a change at Lynn but it is still a simple journey.
On a different note I was given some Quails eggs yesterday,
Two dozen, I was over the moon, 12 of these are going into a Gala Pie for tonight's dinner with salad and the others will feature later in the week.
Last nights Beef Olives were a success, I had not made them for years but had a small joint of topside to use, they were going into a Giant Yorkshire Pudding but mashed potatoes were requested
They were very tasty and very tender, falling to pieces as I cut the strings, I remembered how to tie a butchers knot!
That's it for now. TTFN Pam