|A day out begins with food. The OK Diner, Leominster|
|Trying to photograph steam rising from the road |
at 40mph from the back seat. Not easy
"What if we go to the OK Diner for brunch? and then on to this fabulous farm shop that we have found called Oakchurch Farm Shop. They have all sorts of wonderful stuff and a restaurant so when your knees scream you can sit down".
This met with instant approval so on Saturday we collected them, after admiring their new front gates, and set off.
|Balsamic strawberry oil|
The food, as always was excellent and we spent the next bit of travel time laughing at me trying to get photographs from the back of a moving car. I missed the train (stupid digital camera) and the wonderful clouds of steam rising from the road disappeared to nothing in the photograph.
|"Taste this" he said, so she did!!!|
Oakchurch Farm Shop lived up to my hype and we found plenty of things we desperately needed. When I get a good cold box that stays cold I will buy some of their frozen fruit.
Watching the faces as they tasted the various balsamic oil thingies was good. I even remembered the camera and took some pictures.
We then decided to come home the Welsh way and as this meant passing the Tea room that we are "going to go in there one day"
|I try to watch what we eat, but sometimes|
I'm not fast enough!
We stopped for a cuppa and just had to have a piece of delicious cake as well. By the time I remembered the camera it was too late. Not even a crumb left behind. Absolutely delicious and I wish I could remember the name of it.
We stopped one more time just outside Llangynidr - pronounced in South Wales as Lan gun id er - where there is a tiny farm shop. mostly meat but they did have some Llanfaes ices which were delish!!!
Back to the Bluefunnels eyrie on top of the hill where we had a nice cuppa before heading home to sit and snooze away the evening.