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Travel Blogs from West Coker
... need to do undertake this trip at a point when I should possibly consider "slowing down a bit" instead of climbing canyons, canoeing rapids and arguing with Grizzly Bears about where to park the RV in Yellowstone Park!
So, given that we are going to be in the USA for virtually the entire month of May, thereby (hopefully) managing to avoid any embarrassing ...
... when taken in isolation. I carried on for the second leg of the trip with Luke, a controversial decision as it turned out. The trip with Luke also did not turn out as expected and he left when we were only halfway back which certainly tested my endurance and resolve to the finish.
All those things happened and are indelible marks on the trip. Sedona, the Grand Canyon, Route 66 and Yellowstone, and Chicago were all lost. ...
... warm. We sought refuge in St Aldhelm's Chapel for lunch.
In the evening we had dinner at the Castle Hotel and talked about infinity (amongst other interesting topics.) John gave us a Tai Chi demonstration in the bar.
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... Slade and footpath walking was hampered by the flood waters which had accumuleted at every gate and stile.
Rounding the quarry at Gurney Slade, we passed the most gigantic tipper lorry imaginable, the wheels were taller than me (well over 4feet 6inches). Teddy took a photo for the children at Carousel.
With changeable weather we attempted the 'rat run' between Chilcompton and Midsomer Norton, it's amazing that motorists will slow down for horses, but don't seem ...