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Flooding at the King's Bridge, and Lunch at the Beaky, Eye and Occold, Suffolk - 27th January 2013

The fields near Grandad's pad are flooded after about 15cm of snow melts overnight and has nowhere to go, with the water nearly up to the top of the arch of the King's Bridge. Later, we take Grandad out for lunch at the Beaconsfield Arms, a.k.a Beaky, in Occold.

next album: The BBs at The Cornhall, Diss, Norfolk - 31st January 2013
previous album: More Snow Days and a Wind Turbine is Built, Brome, Suffolk - 19th January 2013

2013 A flooded tree

A flooded tree

2013 More floods by the King's Bridge

More floods by the King's Bridge

2013 The sun over flooded fields

The sun over flooded fields

2013 A flooded fence

A flooded fence

2013 The water is nearly up to the top of the bridge

The water is nearly up to the top of the bridge

2013 More flooding

More flooding

2013 Harry, Isobel and Grandad in the Beaconsfield Arms

Harry, Isobel and Grandad in the Beaconsfield Arms

2013 Harry has a stomp about

Harry has a stomp about

2013 Harry tests some water

Harry tests some water

2013 Fred stifles a giggle

Fred stifles a giggle

2013 Fred's hands appear from under the table

Fred's hands appear from under the table

2013 Grandad has a coffee in the Beaky

Grandad has a coffee in the Beaky

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A flooded tree