Discussion in 'Recumbents, Trikes and HPVs' started by markg0vbr, 10 Feb 2011.
And you don't know what a Beck is......
Well you do now!
Beck is out back, and river out front.
I'm beginning to have doubts.
is that beck is (norfolk dialect) a stream or small river, while brook is a body of running smaller than a river; a small stream
'Normal for Norfolk'. Said by the visitor and one or two Norfolk types who are rational.
You seem to know a few Norfolk sayings.
Los of holidays in ooh, aah! Land, my best one is Fulmodeston is pronounced Fumiston. Apparently, or should that be appley??
I used to live in Glaawsesstersshire and Prinknash is pronounced as Prinnidge.
Try Mytholmroyd or Sowerby (Bridge).
both of those are guesses
Second like someone who's moved into the area, first no-where near.
What should it be?
Separate names with a comma.