|David, Rosemary, Sadie (sitting), |
and Sir Lost-a-lot
A few years ago, Crowcombe, a village of about 400 residents, lost its post office and had no grocery store. The residents banded together and set up a crew of volunteers to run a new market and post office. Volunteers order and shelve the inventory, clerk the cash register, and support the post office. The market is highly efficient – it even uses optical scanners to scan bar codes and manage inventory. The village is understandably proud of its achievement.
|View from Quantock Ridge|
The long-term forecast for the rest of the month is unsettled, rainy weather. I’m glad the month is almost over. Maybe July will be dry.
Temple Farm is located north of Bridgwater. I added the extra distance Monday because I was unable to find accommodations in Bridgwater. The extra distance Monday means a short walk Tuesday. I hope the pub is open.
© 2011 Ken Klug