Or have seen this...
We finally found our way - along a very narrow road...with me wittering on about possible traffic coming and killing us...yeah right...it was pretty quiet. The whole walk to Snowshilll and back was road walking actually.
|Lavender fields - well the remains of them. They would be glorious in their heyday although I was just as happy - I am allergic to lavender.|
|Surrounding country side - oops I think that horse was doing some business- or maybe just swatting flies.|
|And here we are!!!|
|I love pretty doors!|
|View from the churchyard|
|We walked in here and then out again...we wanted a cream tea...not a drink. (wow that's a first)|
|St Barnabas Church|
|War memorial in church yard|
We then carried on walking out of town until we reached Snowshill Manor. It is a big tourist attraction in these parts but we were more interested in the cream tea. When we went up to the admission desk we were told we had to buy a ticket to see the property to enter the cafe. Seeing the crestfallen look on our faces ("please, all we want is a cream tea"!) the sweet young gal let us go in. And so we did and did not stop - well except to use the loo....
Come to mama!!!
After enjoying our lovely tea and thanking the gal at the front desk (and another stop at the loo) we hit the road again....back on the road to Broadway. (our map did not have a walking path for the route we wanted to walk)
|We walked between Gloucestershire and Worcestershire (where Broadway is). Being as Gloucestershire is my "homeland" (well half of it) so to speak I had to have a picture of me with the sign. (well it made sense at the time)|
|June showing how it's done...me..I believe I went through the gate!|
|On our way back into town we stopped to say hi to this character and he tried to steal Tready bear!!! (ormaybe he just wanted to love her up)|