Another day, another walk

We thought we would have to take our students out somewhere today as they have had no organised activities this weekend. We wouldn’t have minded, but it turned out that they had arranged to meet their friends in the park in town so we dropped them there and drove out to a pretty little village called Fingringhoe, a few miles outside Colchester. We walked to the next village, Rowhedge, which lies on the banks of the River Colne, via some small country footpaths and had half a cider in the pub before walking back. It was lovely, such a nice part of North Essex.

We enjoy Sunday afternoon walks, but it may not have appealed quite so much to two teenage boys 😊. I’m sure they preferred football and flirting with the girls in the park!

It’s a lovely evening here in Essex. Now I am cooking roast pork with veg from the garden and Yorkshires. Let’s see what they make of those. They have been very easy to feed and have good appetites so I don’t anticipate any complaints…

3 thoughts on “Another day, another walk

  1. I can’t imagine teenage boys turning their noses up at any food! Our eldest 2 are boys (now 26 & 28) and in their teenage years I could never fill them!

  2. I made a lot of use of Yorkshire puddings t fill up my boys whent they were teens. Serve the with nearly everything !!

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