On the way to Simon the Pie Man in Rye, I made a wonderful discovery-a little side gate door! The middle board has been reused to make this old wood door. It reads, This Oak Plank Originally Formed A Part of a 14th Century Prison Door. What a great salvage! The upside down good luck horseshoe looks just as old!
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very cool photo – and this sounds like the title of a poem or short story – “Simon the Pie Man in Rye”
Thanks Prior, It was a lovely little sandwich tea shop! We got there just in time for a pot of tea before closing hour! Phew!
well a reblog on the door blog would share it with even more – so can I reblog?
also, I love to make it in time like that – and it looks like an interesting place –