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Day 2 - 110 miles to Bath

The day started cloudy and dry as we rolled through the Devon countryside.

We had our fair share of Hills with our very own cheer squad at the top of Cothelstone – 902 feet above sea level. 123 more words


Trevor Does Cheddar

Our first morning of camping was pretty simple in terms of breakfast: yogurt and fruit. We decided to treat ourselves to a full English breakfast on the second day, and were advised to go to this gem of a place with a great view of a lake. 528 more words



We got up early on the Wednesday, picked up some bargain pain au raisins from Boulangerie, only slightly regretting the lack of a smashed avocado breakfast from Spoons, and headed for Cheddar Gorge. 553 more words

The Tour of Wessex, aka Their Trade is Treachery.

With apologies first to Chapman Pincher.

It’s very easy to become ambivalent towards your home town or country, even if, like me, you live a long way from it nowadays. 1,508 more words


Anxiety & Exeter's Underground Passages

Sitting here in my grandparents’ house exactly a year ago, my family and I were supporting my dad’s sudden mental breakdown and battle with anxiety and depression. 735 more words

Cheddar Gorge

Drive through Cheddar Gorge, under steep, craggy cliffs that block the sun’s light, past buttresses that jut into your path creating the twisting, winding route, and you could almost imagine yourself in Jurassic Park. 678 more words


Hills near Bath

A holiday in Faulkland

Friday 23 June 2017

Our first family holiday of 2017 was a week in a cottage in Faulkland, 10 miles south of Bath in South West England. 2,498 more words

Road Cycling