Saturday, 16 July 2016

CHEDDAR GORGE AND HOME

We stayed one night in the lovely Elm Tree Farm. My initial worries about wild camping and keeping my batteries charged was unfounded. I awake, checked the geeky control panel and the batteries were topped to the brim with lovely sunshine juice. Them solar panels are amazing! We surveyed the local area and decided we would visit Cheddar Gorge before heading back North. Not only is this place famous for its cheese but it's stunning natural landscape carved into the rock over 1.2 million years ago.


 


The initial climb up is very steep and is covered in shiny, slippery boulders making it very hard work!



Top of the Gorge, its a long way down!

Spotted these two nutters perched on the edge!





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