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... decide what to do. That doesn't always help as we seem to have four seasons in one hour over here. We have had some mostly nice days which has been good. Cheddar is a small touristy town not far from here with a pretty stream running through it. It had a lot of the usual gift shops. Naturally cheese was featured quite a bit and there was a cheese processing / tasting factory there. Very nice too. We also went to Cheddar Gorge just out of town which ...
Great trip down to Bristol, lovely air conditioned coach. The views through the Forest of Dean were spectacular. Crossing the river, over the bridge was breathtaking, as the tide was out, so you could see the extent that the river comes up. At Noah's ark, they seemed to have upgraded some of the facilities, which is really good. Thanks to Jeff for the cup of coffee, well ...
Lovely breakfast from Aliya, with heaps of different types of fresh fruit and a big helping of scrambled eggs with mushrooms. Aliya gave us the rest of the fruit to take for our lunch. We left at 8.30 straight onto the Jubilee Trail. We walked through woods which were formerly part of the huge Abbey estate, then farmland , ...
... was not upset by departing for I knew I would return. We didn’t
climb the Tor this trip, it was too much with the little ones. I will do it
The town of
Glastonbury itself had marvellous Tudor buildings, some wattle and daub, some
stone; both pubs and shops. We went to the Tribunal, which told the story of
the old waterlands through image and relic. ...
... trees are heavily laden with conkers and I can't help but think of childhood delights.
Strings and vinegar
The final approach to Glastonbury still offers a sting in the tail. The nettles are once again thick. We feel we've never seen worse nettles than those this season. Obviously they have been primed with the deluge of rains which came in winter and have thrived in the early summer sun ...