Back home now and the wifi is on the blink, so I am back to hot spotting from my ‘phone. Fortunately the signal is rather better here than at the marina. I packed up my stuff slowly, cleaning the interior of the boat as I went along. The industry of spiders never ceases to amaze me. Older Nephew and his partner will probably be there before I return unless I have a very quick turn around here. The wifi is worrying as my CPD on Monday is all online. The prep I need to do tomorrow likewise, so I hope this is just a Saturday night blip.
When I got back MasterB was eager to get out of the car, but as Stumpy was intimidating Hartley to my right, I let him out of the passenger door, and then chased Stumpy away. Hartley and Romeo hung about me as I unpacked the car, doing very good impressions of Oliver needing more food at the workhouse. I fed them once I’d finished. You’d have thought they hadn’t eaten in days.
It’s already after ten, and I want to get to bed before midnight, so as Celia left a very nice comment about the photos of Soham, I am going to share some more, and then do the washing up and retrieve MasterB from the Great Outdoors.
Tonight’s selection is of gracious houses and an ambulance station I should like to know more of.
There were so many lovely houses in a small area. I can see I am going to have to read up Soham’s history. The Nissan hut hints at a wartime connection. This part of England was home to many airfields, so maybe there was one at Soham, though next to the church seems an odd location.
A quick look on Rightmove found this. That wouldn’t even get you a bedsit where I live, and this is considered a cheap part of London.
Did I start to have property envy? Well, what do you think? The town has a lot going for it. It may have lost its bakers and greengrocers, but there are other services, which many small towns have lost. Continue reading