Exploring Ludlow

Thursday 25th August 2016

Following my final night in Shropshire, I awoke early the next morning to a cold and damp environment. Outside of my tent, I could see little but grey cloud all around. Much of hilly landscape has disappeared overnight.

I had hope to be able to do a final walk up to Brown Clee Hill – I even drove out to the start of the walk after packing away my gear. But, the conditions were only here to stay. I didn’t fancy getting wet feet or an exerting climb up to a hilltop without views.

So, several hours ahead of schedule, I paid a visit to the Medieval town of Ludlow.

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Bishop’s Castle

Tuesday 23rd August 2016

On the eve of what would become my second walk in Shropshire, I returned to my camp site with a need to purchase lunch for the next day.

During my trip to Harry Tuffins near Churchstoke the day before, I walked the many aisles without finding a single sandwich. While I did buy some other things, I must admit, I do like my bread.

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