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Three buses to the moor

How do you get to this village on the moor on the buses? It’s a number 155 usually at stand 2 but that’s dodgy because sometimes it leaves from elsewhere in the station and then you miss it. Such is luck. Today is steaming hot and this feels to me like India, but without the people. Read More...

Wells Cathedral

wells

I was in Glastonbury and ran for the bus to Wells catching it just, falling into the bus clutching at my backpack. Here I learned about the water that ‘Wells’ is named after. Read More...

St Michaels Mount

Visiting St Michaels Mount is always a watery business, given that it is an island only reachable on foot at low tide, but today to add to that it was raining, heavily at that and it was February and so the water poured from the heavens onto the earth and onto the sea and the sea foamed and heaved, as it was high tide and there was a wind up. Read More...

Oxford Town: May 2016

On May the second there are leaves on the trees as we proceed towards Oxford. This is a surprise as the leaves are not yet out in Devon, there are only bare grey-brown branches and a hope of something green to come. Read More...