In 1924 Great Britain held a contest to design a new telephone kiosk. Giles Gilbert Scott’s red telephone box design won. The bright red British icon started appearing on London streets in 1926. The box was known as K2, (Kiosk 2), a clever name indeed, as it was the country’s second phone kiosk. From then on, the first phone box was called K1. The British are nothing if not sensible about product names.
We walk Braunton to Saunton, intending to catch bus at Saunton, except I read Saturday’s bus schedule instead of Sunday’s because it’s so easy to do that and we soon find out there is no Sunday bus service in Saunton.
Our main goal on Sunday every time we come to England is it to make it to a Sunday Roast Dinner. Usually we miss it. Today though we are lucky: we find a good place in Braunton and end the walk on a full-belly note. Total miles today: 11.5.