Thursday, 26 March 2020

Out walking in Old Buckenham

Blog editor takes his exercise
The sun was out, the streets mainly deserted so it seemed a good time to take my allowable 'exercise' walk this morning. Here is a mainly pictorial review of the ninety minutes rambling.

One of the regular pavement parkers is back just round the blind bend in Cake Street

Proximity testing.Tradesmen seeing how close they can get to each other on a building site

A sign of things to come

Work has started on the track outside Bramble House. The photographer was threatened and sworn at for taking this photograph

Most of the scaffolding is  now removed from All Saints Church showing the beautiful thatching and how quickly the earlier work has changed colour

Remember that hollow tree by the entrance to the High School? This is what remains.

The Village Hall is closed (and the car park is empty)

The recently planted daffodils are providing a colourful show at Chapel Green School while two buzzards 'mew' overhead 

Sadly the Village Shop is closed for a while...
Then it was back home for a welcome coffee and biscuit.
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