With all of our shopping done, we put our wonderful wares in our car and walked around the property.
There was this:Can you believe it? Lots of peafowl traipsing across the property, matching the houses. I loved all of the buildings! I’m still trying to figure out how I can move my family into one of these…Back at the main entrance, we did a little shopping.I love that they carry all of the natural and old-fashioned functional household items, including weck jars, which I love. I bought some natural scrubbing brushes. And there was a cozy book corner and a bar with local (very local!) brews to keep Jeff and Amelia happy.For me, no country outing is really complete until there is some animal interaction.That’s right– llamas! And Red Poll cattle, sheep, and horses.Something I really, really love about the country here is that it’s pretty normal for people to be able to hang out with animals. You can walk into their enclosures and share public lands with them. We were going to check out the woodland walk to the vineyard, but it was all just deep mud. Next time! We were more happy to just be part of the pastoral scene, really.Oh, England, you spoil me so!So, now you know where to find raw milk in Suffolk. Also, total country bliss. I know that many people have to jump through a lot of hoops to get raw milk. This is what I have to put up with! And guess what? It’s going to be lambing season soon! I. Can’t. Wait.
Is there anything you love to eat that you have to make an effort to get your hands on?