The Porch House Shenanigans

Stow on the Wold is a historic village in England who’s charm can’t be beat. We pulled up to our Inn after a day at Stonehenge.  The Porch House dates back to 947AD.imageStone buildings rise up from the rolling green fields creating a serene artistic backdrop to the day. Our room was charming with a sweet view over the park area. image

A perfect sitting area for morning coffee…

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G was excited over this toilet seat of solid cherry wood to a high polish. Of course the handle works (you guessed it) backwards (flushes up).  image

After settling in time to roam downstairs.

The rock walls, heavy wood and slate floors, and rough wood beams create  a time machine and our imaginations explore the possibilities…

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Sitting in the bar area watching people go by, G decides to have a drink.  Walking up to the bar and to our favorite waitress, he asks her for a screwdriver for him and a cider for me.  She pours the cider and hands him a real screwdriver, the actual tool. Thinking she is being funny he calls her “clever girl” (in his fake accent of course ).  Aparently she has never heard of a screwdriver before (in her defense neither had the bartender).  That’s OK Jenny, I had never heard of flat water before yesterday.   #The Porch House image

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