I don't really like the call on the flop, especially with another player to act behind. He checkraises some percent of the time, and now you've just spewed money away.
If you're calling the flop, I assume it's to hit a jackpot card like you did on the turn. You've got two ways to play this: Conservative, meaning just call the turn and call again on the river (or bet if he checks to you); or hand-defining, meaning raise on the turn and probably still call if he comes over the top - if he has you beat, oh well. Both plays have their merits, but in a situation like this at 10NL I probably just take the latter line, raise the turn and get it in. People will shove on you there with a flush draw or KJ. It's a bit risky, though, so there's nothing wrong with the conservative line.