Bourne End under water

Last Sunday, when we had some nice sunny weather (and a break from all this rain) I thought I would go for a walk, and well for some reason, I thought that it would be nice to go to Bourne End. And it wouldn’t be too flooded, maybe just a bit muddy.

Gosh was I wrong!

Luckily our favourite house, Old Thatch seemed to be far enough away from the pesky water, but I thought I would share with you the pictures I took on Sunday.

I’m hoping that the water levels go down before May, as there are plans for the Enid Blyton Society to meet there for the day!

Anyway, I hope you enjoy my pictures!

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16 Responses to Bourne End under water

  1. fiona says:

    Crikey! The FFOs would have a bit of trouble doing their find-outing in that.


  2. Anonymous says:

    Thanks Stef – you might have to turn into a mermaid if it carries on! May is a world away from
    February in weather terms so I am sure there will be no problems – don’t blame me if I am wrong!



  3. Anonymous says:

    I always thought you would make a great mermaid, Stef!


  4. Cathy says:

    Blimey, that mud in the top photo is just asking for someone to go flying on their backside, isn’t it!! 😀
    Great photos!


  5. Lin says:

    Thank you, Stef for the photos. 🙂

    The white flower is like 3 pieces of clothes!

    Francis, naughty you! 😉


  6. Pete says:

    Good pics.Thanks.
    Is the gate entrance to Old Thatch original to Enid’s time,I wonder?
    Also,do the Find Outers books mention any type of flooding at all does anyone know?


  7. Pete says:

    Yes,no reference to flooding I agree.I mean,how could Mrs Trotteville’s (do we ever discover her first name) Daffs grow all year round if they were inundated with flood water!!


  8. Pete says:

    Is Old Thatch ok does anyone know or has the flood reached the gardens and house??


  9. Corinna says:

    Wow it looks quite different from when we were there in September!


  10. chrissie777 says:

    What is a crochet snowflake? It looks lovely!


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