We left our damp campsite near Worcester in the rain and are travelling to Glastonbury today. Not before taking photos of some lovely old Massey Ferguson tractors. I worked for them back in the day. It was my first job after college in Coventry and I got to drive a tractor and a pretty huge combine harvester.
We arrive in Glastonbury mid afternoon. Had a little issue finding the campsite and sailed past first time and had to travel a few miles before we could safely turn around. Land on second go and its very quiet. Only one other van that we can see and it looks deserted.
The site is situated literally below Glastonbury Tor. We can see it from the van. It’s cloudy and grey and looks like it’s about to rain. The tor is a grassy hill and as its grey and looks like rain and yes it’s a hill, I decide to give it a miss and read whilst T checks it out.
He has great views of the Somerset flats from the top of the hill and sends me a pretty terrible selfie! Rain stays off until he is almost back at the van.
It’s rain, rain and more rain. We did intend to walk into Glastonbury but its just too wet. Might have to come back. Dinner in the van and TV followed by Twilight which Tony loves obviously! OK maybe not.
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We are still in Cornwall sitting out Storm Alex. Supposed to go to Devon today but staying put as winds too strong to tow in. Take care x
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Sounds very sensitive! We are now in North Devon at Lynmouth. Had a utterly scary journey across Exmoor and up Porlock Hill 😳 yesterday. Staying put until rain stops now.