Spring in the Cotswolds.

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No better place to enjoy Spring than in the home country! Pictures speak a thousand words, so there is no need for me to add any…

PS.    Still working on the apple-brandy-French toast combo… but I have to get through a large bottle of brandy so plenty of room to work on an improved and perfected version. Think I will make a start tomorrow!

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Just to show the sun does not always shine...  This was one wet and windy walk, only about 15 or 16 miles long...

Just to show the sun does not always shine… This was one wet and windy walk, only about 15 or 16 miles long…

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3 thoughts on “Spring in the Cotswolds.

    1. lievelee Post author

      Hi. The photographs have been taken on various places along the Cotswold Way and also on a walk I did a few times from Winchcombe to Belas Knap, passing Sudeley Castle. Plus two were taken in my garden. I joined a group of walkers who had already started the Cotswold Way and did the last 40 km with them walking towards Bath (can’t quite remember where we started, but it was past Painswick and Dursley, and we covered this in three separate walks) – and we completed the walk yesterday!!! So had a lovely afternoon in Bath.

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