The Old Creek belongs to the Puddleford family since... Well, since the year 1677, when Henry O'Puddleford (the "o" disappeared in the family name later) built the pub.
Recently it was closed, because of renovations and a mysterious skeleton, which Jemima Puddleford found under the bottom of the sink unit (We could ask Bobby Roberts what that all was about... If you want ... ;)). But now the pub has opened again.
Let's take a look at it:
Outside the customers can take a look at the prizes...
... there is also an interesting advertising sign...
... inside you'll find some shelves with the best wine in Sylvania...
...and a cozy lounge.
Today Hans, Digger and Eustace Barrington met for a beer.
Jemima took their order.
"Ah, that's what I call a beer!", Eustace said.
"Totally agree with you!", Digger nodded, "It really is fine beer that's served here."
The men laughed about the joke, before they started talking about their day.
Sometimes Ernest and Jemima are enjoying a glass of wine too.
But just one glass, because it is very important to be sober when you're running a pub ;) :D.
Also the wine is just for enjoyment.
The Puddlefords hope that they can welcome you too one day!
I made the pub completely out of balsa wood and covered the walls and floors with scrapbooking paper. Now I'm looking for a wooden barrel. Do you have any suggestions, where to find a miniature barrel? I looked on ebay, but wasn't pleased with the results...
Write you hopefully soon,