It's safe to say that blogging dropped off the priority list for a while. Now that I feel ready to start again, let's not waste time. Here are the best moments from my second stint on the Cotswold Way, an approximately 8 mile stretch from Dursley to Wotton-Under-Edge.
As this is my first published item of 2018 after a long hiatus, I feel a re-cap is in order. Allow me to reintroduce myself.
Wonderful architecture and stunning views were guaranteed on our Wells and Wookey Hole Circular.
Returning to Cotswolds to go walking when we have the chance is always a pleasure. We enjoyed our last circular walk in the Cotswolds from Castle Combe immensely so when we saw we were forecasted good weather at the weekend a couple of weeks ago, Harriet & I devised another of our improvised circular walks and headed … Continue reading Stow-on-the-Wold Circular, Cotswolds
Recently Harriet and I started tackling The Cotswold Way which is a National Trail running for over 100 miles from Chipping Campden in Gloucestershire to the old Roman city of Bath. Join us on our first stretch of this historic trail from Wotton-Under-Edge to Old Sodbury which took us along a 14 mile stretch of beautiful but challenging footpath. As is so … Continue reading Cotswold Way: Wotton-under-Edge to Old Sodbury
Castle Combe is a small village in Wiltshire, England, on the edge of the Cotswolds AONB. Some may know it as home to the Castle Combe Circuit, a car and bike racetrack, but in sharp contrast to the high-octane activities undertaken nearby, the village itself is beautiful. Many of its buildings are hundreds of years old, … Continue reading Castle Combe Circular, Cotswolds