|List of tolls on the Toll House wall
|The museum had an excellent model of the area at the height of its activity.
We then learnt a little about pork pies from Ebeys, famous for their hand raised pies. It appears that the pies are raised from a very early age on a pork pie farm where they receive individual attention. They are allowed to grow until they reach the right size when they are stuffed into an oven and baked. The little pies are made from a union of two adults, the male has the flaky pastry while the female bulges in the right places. The firm also produces four-tiered wedding pies and smaller pies are wrapped in gauze as wedding favors. There is much concern that placing an unsuspecting pie into an oven and keeping it there until baked is cruel and unusual punishment and many believe this inhumane practice should be banned.
Bearing in mind this morning's performance we went to the bus stop early so as not to miss our return. The bus finally turned up 35 minutes late. We spoke to several locals and they all said not to worry those buses are always late.