World Museum Tour-Hornsea Museum-Part 2
Outside of the main museum was an array of old workshops and a lovely garden in which you could sit down if you so wanted. We did want to sit but also we didn't want to become tired for the pottery and not be able to focus. We saw lots of tools and these nice milk bottles with paper milk inside.
We saw lots of little mice all over the museum and if there is a competition for spotting them then I would like to announce that we won and saw them and please is there a competition?
We walked over to the the Hull and Hornsea Railway exhibition, which also showed parts about shipwrecks and lifeboats.
He said that we would sail away together and to meet him back there at half two. I said sorry love but I am taken and I have 12 cheese straws to eat and a can of pop to get through.
I will never forget him.
This is Rose Carr and she was a Hornsea fixture in the olden days. I have tried to find out more about her but from searching and searching there isn't that much which is a shame. From what I have found, she was a lay preacher and I found THIS image on google which tells you a bit more about her.
The old school house was very pleasing and we liked all the old posters on the walls, the desks and the inks but mostly we liked this girl in the dunces hat.
A quick Club biscuit break and we prepared for the Hornsea Pottery museum and tried not to get tearful.