Reflections & Musings of a Grannie called Maggie May.
I too want to peep in with them.
Interesting photo. Sorry I was kind of confusing you with my terminology of the "floss" but yes, it was the embroidery thread I was referring to. So at least you figured out my meaning.
This is a 'put a caption to it' photo."Ooo it's dark in there"Love Granny
I am curious...
What an unusual building! And I adore the pink outfits!!
Beautiful photo Maggie! I love that building!! Perfection! X
I love the color of them against the texture of the building. They are darling researchers!
Is there a great big well down there? When are you going to explain it, Maggie? I am completely befuddled about English buildings.
I recognised the Yarn Market immediately Maggie - great picture! A x
Wow. I LOVE that! Is it a gazeebo or something? It is just beautiful. I can see it in my backyard, surrounded by a koi pond.
EVERYONE!If you followed the link over to Sam's (my son) you would have the whole thing explained!It is a National Heritage ancient building in Dunster, named The Yarn (probably where all the wool or sheep was sold hundreds of years ago!Last week my photo showed the inside section of the roof!There is no well inside it is just a covered courtyard.
Great photo! I wondered if it was something to do with a market, but then I read your comment about it being the Yarn. Love those old country buildings.
That is a great building. Thanks for the explanation! It's much appreciated!
Brilliant picture. Great building and thanks for the explanation.
Cute photo! Ahhh - now I understand.
love that you were forced to add words to your 'Wordless Wednesday' - what a nosy and enquiring lot we all are!
I never would have guessed last week's picture came from a place like this! And if I hadn't seen Sam's blog, I still would be confused. Do they still use this as a market? Oh, I see it was for the livestock...! (I thought they sold yarn there, LOL.)
Rose, they DID sell yarn there :-)
Hmmm, ok you got me curious enough to click. :)
Lovely photo Maggie, and it has been wonderful catching up with you, at last! Sorry for the long absence. I'm impressed with all your activity - we have squirrels here too, but luckily no rats in the belfry! M xx
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