SEA SHANTIES IN SALWAYASH

I’ll stick with Dorset and Devon. It does get better.

You can find Salwayash yourself though. Mrs RM has stolen my mouse and it’s tough doing map extracts without a mouse.

Think “rural Bridport” but without pashminas and you’ve got the Anchor.

There’s a piglet on the door to ward off evil spirits in 4x4s.

Quite trad, simply furnished, that beloved belt of Whitbread pumpclips from the mid 90s so beloved of the Hogshead chain, and some lovely bench seating.

Only one beer, from distanced memory, but if it’s Otter that’s OK, though I’ve had far better.

But I’ve been to few jollier pubs. The sounds of “Wey hey, away we go” drew me outside. Which was just as well as there was no company within.

If you’ve ever been to the Pilot in Berwick you’ll know what to expect.

Come on now, sing along..

My request for “CAMRA Covid glass farce” by Kangaroo Airforce Ventilator went unheeded.

8 thoughts on “SEA SHANTIES IN SALWAYASH

  1. “You can find Salwayash yourself though.”

    Salwayash? That sounds vaguely, Native American.

    “Mrs RM has stolen my mouse and it’s tough doing map extracts without a mouse.”

    Thank you Mrs RM!

    “and some lovely bench seating.”

    That multicoloured hopscotch like tape thingy in the photo below is vaguely… disturbing.

    “Come on now, sing along..”

    The lyrics are too hard to memorise. 😉

    “My request for “CAMRA Covid glass farce” by Kangaroo Airforce Ventilator went unheeded.”

    LOL!

    (double slow golf clap!)

    Cheers

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