“West stow Anglo-Saxon village is a great destination if staying in West Suffolk for a day trip. It isn’t terribly expensive, and I would have entered if I wasn’t so poor” …
Why you should read? Hello readers, and happy Friday! What could be more fitting than a summer day trip summary from a short adventure I had earlier this year, to get you in that weekend spirit! This will be the first in a series where we outline some adventures we have had earlier in the year. Please comment with your thoughts and any relatable experiences, and follow and like if you enjoy:)
I had an interesting trip out today, looking for a 5th to 7th century Anglo Saxon village. Turns out they cost £6 to get in, and have no secure bike storage, so I took a couple of pictures through the fence, with my bike beside me.
Needless to say, it was still worth the trip in the lovely weather. The “huts” looked rather classic really.
Fullers mill gardens
On the way back, I definitely needed the loo, so stopped at Fullers mill gardens that weren’t open until 11am. I arrived at 10:30am, but my body decided it didn’t want to wait half an hour.
On approach to the cattle grid in the car-park:
A slightly hunched over lady, perhaps in her 60’s, said “you can’t get in that way”.
So I replied “which way is it to get in?”, not realising they weren’t yet open.
She said “we are not open, what are you trying to do?” ….
“Get in”, I replied.
She said “we aren’t open, but I can let you into the garden if you like”.
I said “I am sorry, but can I just use your toilet”.
She replied “well, I wouldn’t make you go in the forest!”,
I said “thank you”, not really feeling the joke due to the situation,
and she let me in to the lodge.
I then said “thank you”, leaving promptly.
Riverside … Lets go
I then found the lane I was looking for, that I had previously concluded was a shortcut on the map, and found a dead end I hadn’t anticipated, so turned left onto a footpath, which seemed to progressively get narrower between 2 bodies of water, reminding me it wasn’t a bridle way. I then passed a polite dog-walker, startled a heron that I’m sure had just spotted it’s lunch from the waters’ edge, and finally emerged onto a bridge. I recognised this, from earlier on during the bike ride. I stopped to photograph the horse pictured above. This photo was taken at West stow Hall, and is available on greeting cards at my Redbubble profile (Follow our socials below).
Once I’d returned, I realised I’d taken the wrong direction back onto the road from the footpath, which explained why my approach into Bury was a little confusing, but fortunately I found my way onto the road to ASDA, my local shop. I then popped in, got a few too many bits to fit in my rucksack, and returned home with a carrier bag I was forced to buy, which bashed repeatedly against my front fork, making a kind of chainsaw style noise.
I then had a well deserved lunch…
West stow Anglo-Saxon village is a great destination if staying in West Suffolk for a day trip. It isn’t terribly expensive, and I would have entered if I wasn’t so poor…
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