I was too shattered when I got back from Bacton Fayre to even think about loading the car to take all the workshop stuff to sell at the boot-sale so will have to hope for another fine Sunday.... Fingers crossed for next weekend. But I did have the energy to nip down to have a look round.
I picked up some more wooden railway bits for £3. I think there is now enough to give some to Florence for Christmas and for Willow (+ new baby) for the future, Jacob has already had some. I got the two packs of Christmas pot-pourri for £1.50........... something for the hampers I think. The 12 piece jigsaw in a tin for a grandchild was £1, as was the book - one I hadn't come across before (and as Sue-in-Wales-and-England said the other day........ sometimes the cover sells the book!)
On Friday they started to cut the wheat field beside the house and when I went out on Saturday the combine was back to carry on and by the time I got home they were starting to bale it and Sunday morning the tractor and baler was out again. Rapid Harvests nowadays.
Once the field is baled and cleared it will soon be prepared for whatever next....... probably oil-seed rape and that means summer is ending and autumn coming quickly.
There is one problem with having such a good day out on Saturday and that is the flat feeling and loneliness afterwards, Sunday and Monday felt very low and then looking forward to autumn like this I sometimes wonder what on earth I've got to look forward to now without Colin, but luckily by the time I'd gone to WI on Monday evening and then called in to deliver prize winning cake to Colin's brother I was back to normal again. Cheered up and ploughing onwards! Then I got even more cheered up when I watched, on iplayer, the "Who do you think you are?" featuring Jack Whitehall and his Dad, his reaction to the distant relative True Blue Tory was very funny.