Saturday was one of those lazy windy days where the wind would rather go through than around you, writes Ken Harrison of Brigg Matters Magazine.
Nevertheless. the old camera never shuts down and remained clicking to create a montage of folk out and about Brigg on a very windy Saturday (February 9). So windy, it was nearly blown into Sunday...
Pictured above: Brigg lady, Pat Taylor, one of the first customers, buys £2 worth of large liquorice torpedoes (hubby's favourite) from Tasha Andrew, in the newly opened Sweet Memories retro sweetie shop. Pat put a special order in for that old favourite, Spanish Tobacco, and will roll-up when it arrives.
There nothing like Parris in the spring-time with his Deli Diner counter-attacking staff!
Steve doing the spadework in a garden - with a fork.
A menagerie of assorted £10:99 lovable weighty door-stop creatures in the Lindsey Lodge Charity shop. Naturally trained to open doors. Feeding not necessary.
Bev, from the Pet Shop, is inclined to take a rest, while taking a peek of what's happening outside in the human world. The Pet Shop offers good leads, doggie treats and has a big leaning towards pet foods.....apparently, bird-seed has been known to go cheap!
Penny for your thoughts... Penny Smith in the Oxfam Bookshop. Penny said that she has now been an Oxfam volunteer for over 30 years. Obviously, voluntary work is a big chapter in Penny's life. Meanwhile, she takes a break until she is paged to assist about the shop. 'I will continue volunteering, until I come to a full-stop.' Penny asserted.
Jill and Kate debate Brigg architectural ambience (true) and general family and social matters during an encounter in Wrawby Street.
Hidden Garden flower girl, Clair, kept making a note and coining the phrase that she was on the way to the bank before the stalking camera turned up. Anyway, she was happy to pose and the picture looks blooming good.
It was easy taking a photo of Clarissa (centre) and her assistants at College Yard Café - they just filtered into line; it was a piece of cake. When the chips are down, the café also offers a variety of mains and snackables - all served with lashings of smiles and gravy, but not the puddings - with apple pie and cream, real, or ice, being a favourite.