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Friday, January 16, 2009

And they're all called St Mary!!

And the sun shone and the sky was blue and then I woke up.

Ah a dreary murk of grey. Oh gee thanks!!

736 St Mary, Westwell

737 St Mary, Brook

Simple altar isn't it. The stones are prayer stones and I took one from the pile at the back and added to the table.

738 St Mary, Brabourne

739 St Mary, Stelling

I met up with Trish and we had lunch at the Woolpack, Brookland. LOVELY Bacon baguette.

For all the time she has spent in Sussex she has never been to Rye!! So....

Hope these two work....

I've been to St Mary's Rye before.

Ye olde sweet shoppe!!

Fletcher's!! I first visited here on July 26th 1977 (Mum & Dad's 25th wedding anniversary) and Roast Gammon, Roast Potatoes and Cauliflower Cheese. It was gorgeous, never been back since.


oldcrow61 said...

You do find the most interesting things. Great stuff!

Eagleseagles said...

Bloomin' eck Tricia not been to Rye and you only visited the bit is the nature reserve!
My parents honeymooned in Rye! 1930 something!
Well no Kent tomorrow Bob and I will be in Kent and Rye on Sunday now!

Not sure where I'll be - if you log on in am before you go say hi to Robin and John cantelo from me!


Janine said...

The stained glass window with dragonflies and lotuses is pretty, very unusual, not the typical religious iconography.

GardenAuthor said...

Awestruck is, I believe, the word I'm seeking. The stained glass, history and glorious photos... I enjoyed this post so much! /Deb

digibirder said...

The two black and white photos do work. It's great that there were no cars parked - being double yellow lines I suppose that's to be expected, but that doesn't guarantee anything these days. Unless you've expertly cloned out any traffic and people!

I think cloning out the lines would be my plan.