Yesterday was sunny in southeast England. I don't often get to say that. We grabbed to opportunity and hopped on the bike. A lot of other people had the same idea and we just had to get off the A41 and away from the traffic. A couple miles down the road we came to Salehurst – a small, perfectly formed village. In other words, it had 900-year-old church and a pub a stones throw away. #1. St. Mary's Church – mentioned in the Doomsday Book, which was commissioned by William the Conquerer in 1085. #2. A tombstone that is not quite so old. #3. More tombstones. #4. Below the church was a field of broad beans that had been left to dry. #5. The crop. #6. Neighboring fields were left to grass and horses.