Time permitting, I would also mention that there are glorious surprises in store if one takes a spontaneous trip down a stony drive to investigate one of the many chalked up roadside placards. Sunday was no exception. I had completed my parental taxi duty and it was such lovely evening I decided to take the circuitous route home. I was soaking up the beautiful mackerel sky when I saw a sign that said ‘raw milk fourth left’.
It was a long drive.
Keep a troshing??
Norfolk dialect for carry on with the threshing, roughly translated as keep going! I think.
Anyhow, I kept going.
Past lawns peppered with geese and peacocks.
To a little wooden shed, with a fridge, an honesty box, and deliciously creamy raw milk,
straight from the udders of six beloved Jersey cows named after Goddesses.
Yes, I’ll be volunteering for that taxi run every time!
Keep up with the developments @Old Hall Farm, Woodton, on social media,
there are plans afoot for more local produce in a bigger shed!