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Thursday 4th February 2016

On a rare day off from work yesterday, I found myself with a day that had become free and undedicated, as previous plans fell to pieces earlier in the week. 1,601 more words


Moats, mist and dragons

What is it about moats that has a magical appeal? Is it the conjuring of childhood fairy tales of battles and defences?

Today we visited two places with moats. 242 more words


Cheddar Evening

Taken late afternoon, from the cliffs above Cheddar Gorge, with the town of Cheddar (that of the cheese fame) in the distance and the reservoir beyond. 56 more words



Rock climbing trip with the Chelmsford Mountaineering Club. 145 more words

Rock Climbing

Geocaching in Cheddar Gorge

Cheddar Gorge, a limestone gorge in the Mendip Hills. The gorge is overlooked by the magnificent Lion rock. A huge buttress of rock high above the village. 1,173 more words


A Poet’s Tour of England—Part 4: Spiriting Somerset

No famous poets in this post. Just more charming English countryside and lovely, generous people opening their homes to me—all thanks to the inimitable Popov’s of the Isle of Wight. 1,693 more words