This is the rather happy looking scarecrow with Little Rascal in what looks suspiciously like an ID parade!
I told her that in 2008 whilst camping on the North Yorkshire coast, we happened upon the village of Muston just as the annual scarecrow festival was taking place and that our scarecrow was a memento of the day.
The good folks of Muston had certainly been imaginative with their scarecrow exhibits.
These ladies remind me of three young women not far from where I live!
Cricket in the Churchyard
...and the band played on (Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band)
Muston is a lovely little village about one and a half miles inland from the seaside town of Filey on the N Yorkshire coast, with a population of around four hundred.
Listed in the Domesday Book as "Mustone", I have seen three explanations as to how Muston derived its name.
(1) "mus" meaning moss or marsh and "ton" meaning town.
(2) farmstead of a man called "Musi".
(3) mouse infected farmstead.
My favorite is number three