Monday, May 2, 2016

Walking in the Cotswolds Part One

I usually do extensive research before visiting a new place.  But for walking the Cotswolds I figured I would just go see what was there.  I expected picturesque.  A bit upscale.  Lots of stone cottages.  Pictures from our first day.

There's a lot of sheep here.

The Ordnance Survey map had this marked as "Hangman's Stone" without further elaboration.  Very little else is known.  Neolithic.  Maybe associated with a now lost barrow.

We saw this sign walking through a farm.  The chidren were quite bright and active.  The dog did seem dim, but not quite Dead Slow.

Oh, we do keep running across Roman stuff.  Chedworth Villa.  Rather nice place.

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