Glorious Glastonbury

A few weeks ago I took a drive to Glastonbury, because I was, unusually, on my own for the day and I wanted to go somewhere different for a couple of hours. I never got round to writing a blog post about it, but I imagine it’d go something like ‘blah blah ley lines, ramble ramble, centre of creativity, natter natter, very restorative and thought provoking, chat chat, frog licking druids.

So yes. It was good for me. But in this instance, pictures are better đŸ™‚

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2 thoughts on “Glorious Glastonbury

  1. My niece and I went there a few years ago. It certainly has an ‘air’ about it, and I loved the shops. Unfortunately I couldn’t make it to the top of the Tor, but did look up from the base of the hill and admire the view on a warm, sunny day. I’d love to go back again, someday.

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