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The temperature was 24º C last night when I retired. It had been a hot day, but not as hot as expected. Come midnight, there was a distinct drop, so I got under the covers and don’t remember anything until … Continue reading
Today we are intending to go to Boston market. It’s about an hour’s journey, so we’ll be leaving early in the hope of nabbing a parking space close to the town centre. The Saturday market is usually the bigger of the … Continue reading
We arrived in Boston quite early and were able to park in what we call The Toast Rack, as all parking spaces are at an angle to the kerb. The market here is on twice a week, though you get … Continue reading
MOH took us for a field trip on Saturday to Wells as there was a market on. I thought he wanted something specific, but he was just being our considerate friend and giving us something else to think about to … Continue reading
Hubby says not to push my luck trying to do too much too soon as regards exercising my knee. He should know, he has been suffering for years, and knows just how easy it is to overdo things and put … Continue reading
It’s hard to believe that I did my post on this subject a year ago. It’s a Bank Holiday weekend here in the UK, the town is packed, and the High Street closed making way for the market stalls selling … Continue reading
It doesn’t matter where we’ve lived, there has always been a market within a short driving distance. Most are twice a week, and there may be a slight difference in the number of stalls available or the wares on offer. … Continue reading
It was raining first thing this morning, but by the time we’d got up, dressed and had breakfast, the sun was coming out so we decided to got out. Where to go was a bit of a toughie, as we’ve … Continue reading
Market Day in town where we used to live was on Wednesday (which included an auction) and Saturday. When we first arrived in Lincolnshire, there was plenty of choice and stalls, and a bargain could be had. Maggie had an … Continue reading