Crimson’s Creative Challenge #28 – Kempler’s Old Dairy and Cheese Factory.

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My aged companion Crisp took several days to recover from her encounter with the Wee Wee Folk. She didn’t talk about it and whenever it was raised she’d scoff and change the subject.

She did though, pour herself into reading more and more brochures about the surrounding area.

“Look here,” she announced holding up a glossy brochure. “Let’s go here, Kempler’s Old Dairy and Cheese Factory. Should be interesting and it’s in a part of the district we haven’t been to yet.”

So soon after, loaded up with food for the day we set off. The number 36 bus delivered us to a stop where we could walk to the farm.

Crisp had a most enjoyable day, the old farm was indeed educational and best of all Crisp came home with enough cheese samples to last us the rest of the week.

 

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11 Responses to Crimson’s Creative Challenge #28 – Kempler’s Old Dairy and Cheese Factory.

  1. crimsonprose says:

    I chuckle, I like it.
    Though I have to correct a few minor errors. The bus required is no.37. But you were close. And enough cheese to last the week? Best you hire an articulated lorry. 🙂
    But you’re right, it is a farm, or the outbuildings of. It dates to C17th. You should see the house! It is the very essence of quaintness. I reckon your companion Crisp would really go for it! 🙂

  2. Hélène - Willow Poetry says:

    What a great story. You could share the cheese, I’d go for some.

  3. Dale says:

    Love where you take us week after week, Michael!
    If I bring wine, may I come?

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