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Tag Archives: Arbor Low
We left Arbor Low and headed back to the village of Monyash and the pub for lunch. Once again, we seemed to have seen and done far more than should be possible in such a short time, slipping across the … Continue reading
We followed the earthen avenue from Gib Hill to the banks of Arbor Low. You do not really get a clear impression of where you are here; the roads climb steadily as they cross the undulating landscape and, by the … Continue reading
The weather was surprisingly good. Normally when we visit this particular site it is freezing cold, driving rain or both, for the last stretch of our journey would take us to Arbor Low, one of the finest ancient sites in … Continue reading
Reblogged from Journey to Ambeth: This is the final instalment in my account of my weekend away with The Silent Eye. Please click here for parts one, two, three, four, five and six. And thanks for reading! After our dawn … Continue reading
Reblogged from Journey to Ambeth: This is the continued account of my weekend away with The Silent Eye. Click here for parts one, two, three, four and five. 5:11am. Ugh. I hadn’t slept well, and my alarm jolted me out … Continue reading
Reblogged from The Silent Eye: “They say the stones sleep. That they are old and forgotten… voiceless. Is it so, little sister? Are they silent…or do they dream, the long, slow dreaming of aeons. They were old when they … Continue reading
We could hardly visit the pub and the church without paying our respects to the stone circles of Stanton Drew. The village itself is pretty enough to spend a day wandering around with a camera, with many listed buildings that … Continue reading
One of the best parts of any workshop is being able to see old friends again and, if you are lucky, spend some time with them after the madness has settled. One old and dear friend, better known in blogging … Continue reading