Tewkesbury Park Hotel, Golf & Country Club
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... of the walk.
I'll put in a couple of 'nice' shots because Lee likes them.
The next shot is of a farm (surprise, surprise) but it's there to illustrate just how entrenched is this right of way thing for walkers here. The path literally goes right through the farm. You've seen photos of me walking through wheat fields and various crops as well. It really is the done thing. The same thing happens with the golf course but I'll get to that soon.
Another danger. (This ...
... to see our pals Faith, Jim and Arthur just a couple of weeks before they became Faith, Jim, Arthur and baby Forrest. Great catch-up then off to Annecy. We camped by the lake, swam in the lake, ate ice cream in Annecy and had coffee with mine and Tim's old French teacher. A brilliant few days; only one small regret - we didn't get any footage of the friends we saw to include in our fromage fest holiday videos.
OK, OK, OK. For those demanding more quiz questions (thanks Neil) here they are.
1. What thatch animal was (and still is) on the roof of a house in Stanton. It is not one of those included in the photos. Small cryptic clues are available upon email request.
2. What's the function of the LHS bit of this stile. No clues as this is an easy question.
3. What's the function ...
... through the middle, but walking anywhere is permitted. The fishing privileges are also leased, so if you want to fish the rivers from the Ham, you need to be a member of the TPAA ( Tewkesbury Angling Assoc?). Memberships available at the local tackle shop. There are sheep-proof gates that allow people and dogs access. Yes, dogs are allowed on the Ham unleashed if they don't "worry" the sheep. Sheep related, one of ...
... is a brilliant mirror arrangement which means you can easily see the roof details without ruining your neck! Leaving this huge Anglican Church we sought out the Methodist one which George probably attended - much smaller & more austere, then went to the museum on Barton St (where he lived) to look for any mention of him & learn about the famous locals. Had no luck but it was special to be in the place where the ...