Thursday, 2 May 2013

No spring lambs harmed in the creation of this post.

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I'd better explain. The road signifies my meandering route during Thursday, on the way to meet with blog friend Debra. I decided to make my journey to the north a diagonal one through the Peak District, so that I could stop off on en route for a visit.

Our little group had arranged to meet - as usual to sort out our real names, and to go to a certain pub, which I will describe as idyllically in the middle of no-where.

That's when we found the interesting element on the menu. Turn away faint hearted or vegetarians. It was Lamb Henry. OK, I thought lambs were kind of 'Lamb 47', but this did add a different dimension. The waitress wasn't phased and when we enquired she explained that Henrietta was also waiting in the kitchen. That was until she gave the real explanation, which I won't provide here - although it is easy to google and comes with mint and rosemary.

So here's a picture from my wandering around the Peaks - Please note the spring lamb in the picture is fully functional.
every one was a Hen-er-y
And then, when I arrived at my next more northern hotel stop, I was slightly surprised to see the complementary shampoo and conditioners.

They seemed to be trying to tell me something.
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9 comments:

Ellie said...

Next up: your trousers will be made of Rosemary and mint.

rashbre said...

Ellie you've been peeking.

Ellie said...

HA! Caught you!

ron layters said...

you were fleeced!!

rashbre said...

ron I thought it was a sheep thrill.

vladography said...

I'm sure I left a comment a few days ago but it appears to have been eaten, with lashings of mint and rosemary sauce.

Great to catch up with you again.

Debra

vladography said...

I'm sure I left a comment a few days ago but it appears to have been eaten, with lashings of mint and rosemary sauce.

Great to catch up with you again.

Debra

vladography said...

I'm sure I left a comment a few days ago but it appears to have been eaten, with lashings of mint and rosemary sauce.

Great to catch up with you again.

Debra

rashbre said...

DebraLike London buses, comments sometimes come along in threes.