Northeast of London, The Hinton’s home is nestled in a small village called Woolpit. Long ago, it was a farmhouse but the village has grown up around it.
The front door faces the street. The backdoor opens into a graveled area that features a garage on the right and what was at one time a stable/barn on the left. The Hintons converted it to a cottage and Robert’s mother resides there.
The houses along the main street through Woolpit don’t have street numbers…they have names. Our temporary home is called The Street House. Across the street is The White House and our neighbors are at The Grange.
Welcome to The Street House.
No home in England is complete without a garden.
John and I strolled down to the local pub, The Bull, this evening for dinner. Tomorrow we’re off to the market in Bury St. Edmunds and then on to Burgh Castle by the coast.