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... on this Day of the Dead, Glastonbury was covered in thick fog. Trees were either bare naked or still shedding their brown leaves and made silhouettes in the fog. We hiked to the the tor and began our ascent up the mythical island of Avalon with wet grass and mud under our feet. The hill was steep and deceivingly tall. We could never see the top while climbing. It just kept going up. I followed the dark outlines of my fellow travellers through ...
... been part of a recording in the same studio as Elvis & other great artists is amazing! As I as writing this I just played our GRJ recording of 'Good Luck Charm' for my Dad, who said it is good & a great souvenir. Either we sound great as a choir after only 2 practice sing throughs or the sound guy worked auto tune magic (I chose to believe the former & I am putting us forward to Gareth Malone!) Mel suggested we could go on Britain's Got Talent & get a dog to be ...
... to the toilet and then rearranged my pillows and tried to go back to sleep. The feeling got worse and I felt like I should sit up. I collapsed twice more on the way to the wall and Jen woke up just as my eyes rolled back into my head and I pitched a fit against the wall. I had no idea what was happening to me, but it felt like I was dying and that if I closed my eyes and lie down, I wouldn’t get back up. I struggled to a sitting position and tried to ...
... where Old Harry lives. Old Harry is a rock.
The Old Harry rock is a chalk formation that extends from the peninsula. Old Harry and the rocks around him, affectionately called his "wives," used to be part of a much larger chalk formation that stretched across the water to the Isle of Wight. This mostly eroded away, but left some hulking formations at Purbeck. Over time the force of the sea pushing water and air into tiny cracks in the chalk formations enlarged the ...
... thoughts of the Holy Spirit descending like a dove. Quite spooky in such an atmospheric setting.
Dinner was in the dining room and we were great flu we didn't have too walk too far. It was interesting though that they insisted on opening up the modern dining room just for us despite us. Being happy to eat in the public bar which had far more atmosphere. A welcome early night followed to prepare for tomorrow.