Ad­ven­tures on an Or­ange Bike

EADT Suffolk - - Drink -

One of the great things about be­ing on my bike is that I am rolling along slowly enough to have a good peek into peo­ple’s gar­dens, many of which hold hid­den sur­prises, and some­times a shock or two, rot­tweil­ers ly­ing in wait be­ing a reg­u­lar on one of my routes. And in the win­ter with the trees de­void of their leaves, you might also get a pass­ing sneaky look through win­dows and see the amaz­ing ar­ray of dec­o­ra­tions on dis­play, some of them giv­ing me ideas for my own.

I love it when folk put big Christ­mas trees in their win­dows for all to ad­mire, and there are some real beau­ties, so taste­fully dec­o­rated you just know there must be some spe­cial pack­ages un­der­neath them. Cy­cling through Bran­deston is a real treat as the houses have beau­ti­ful gold fairy lights on the out­sides and in their gar­dens and trees. The whole ef­fect is truly mag­i­cal, and well worth a visit, fol­lowed by an As­pall’s mulled cider in the Bran­deston Queen.

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