Sunday 22nd May 2016
It’s not that often I go walking on the very hills that are only a stone’s throw from my home. But having suffered with a cold for the past week, lying low on energy levels and having hurt my back; I didn’t feel like travelling or walking too far.
Starting from Burrington Combe after a ten-minute drive, I was to embark on a unusually short adventure up and over the Mendip Hills.
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Saturday 7th May 2016
Before I go on to write about a visit to Salisbury city, following the morning at Stonehenge; I’d like to share with you a new challenge that Anna and I have begun, as we look to bag every accessible trig in the county of Somerset.
Our first walk – a mere fifteen-miles long – took us from Nyland near Cheddar, all the way to the heights of Glastonbury Tor.
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