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Kid Rock on a Friday Afternoon

I didn’t think when I started working for the National Trust that I would spend a day climbing Cheddar Gorge on the lookout for goats. But a few weeks ago, that was exactly what I did. 503 more words

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Deep in the  caves at Cheddar Gorge, Somerset, England. As I took these pix it seemed as if unseen eyes were watching…

There are many magikal properties associated with Calcite, among which is ‘Higher Consciousness’ and being deep underground and in the Presence of Calcite it is easy to  feel and appreciate a deep connection to the Great Mother.

Blessed Be


Sunday Miles

This Sunday I rode 55 miles with Mr Hudson, seen here after riding up Old Bristol Road out of Wells.

The last time I rode up this climb was on a full suspension Gary Fisher whilst wearing a motor bike helmet, it was probably easier on the road bike, despite the hail storm mid way up.


Are there any tours running to Glastonbury this summer?

Due to extended time now required to visit Stonehenge, many of the popular ‘King Arthur’; Glastonbury, Avebury and Stonehenge tours are either running a reduced program or not running at all… 82 more words

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British Goat atop Cheddar Gorge

Today I present you all with just this. A picture I took while visiting Cheddar Gorge last year. It’s a favourite of mine, so I hope you enjoy it too!


Letty x

Cheddar Gorge

Day 18: I thought cheese gave you bad dreams?

Yesterday, I went on my second adventure outside of Bristol. More akin to Dora the Explorer than Bear Grylls, I set off with my team in search of the gorge unusually and still named Cheddar. 290 more words