The Long and the High of It

Sheep on Cleeve Hill, Gloucestershire, United KingdomRush hour in the Cotswolds (Cleeve Hill, Oct. 2011).

Looking back over the past six months, I realize just how much we’ve seen and done. I know it’s going to take me a bit to blog about each one, especially because the stockpile of photos (and experiences) continues to grow. So in this blog I’m going to give a glimpse on high from one of our first outings. But before I do that, here’s a chronological list of destinations so far with (fingers crossed) blogs to come:

But that’s for later.  For now, enjoy the view of the Cotswolds from Cleeve Hill, the highest point of the Cotswolds hill range and the county of Gloucestershire (1083 feet or 330 m).

Cleeve Hill, Gloucestershire, United KingdomEnjoying the walk up among the natives.

Cleeve Hill, Gloucestershire, United KingdomWhat an amazing afternoon. So clear, you can see for miles.

Bench on Cleeve Hill, Gloucestershire, United KingdomWould you like to sit down, take a moment, and enjoy the view?

Cleeve Hill, Gloucestershire, United KingdomDusk is approaching. It’s time to go, but we’ll definitely be back.

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About satnavandcider

An American expat living in England, exploring the United Kingdom and Europe through five senses and a camera lens.
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2 Responses to The Long and the High of It

  1. leiah says:

    Beautimus. Sun!

  2. Pingback: Broadway Tower:Thank Goodness for English Folly | Sat Nav and Cider

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