Market Hall in Chipping Campden, built in 1627(!) for selling local produce. And the beginning of the Cotswold Way Trail.
Lady Coventry had the Broadway tower built in because she wondered whether a beacon on this hill could be seen from her house 22 miles away.
Stanway, perhaps my favorite village in the Cotswolds. A very quiet, peaceful place.
Ruins from the Hailes Abbey, one of the most famous of the middle ages, founded in 1246. Henry VIII shut it down in 1539.
Love that facial expression and stance!
More lambies... the cuteness continues!
The "fan vault" designs on the Gloucester Cathedral ceiling are the oldest surviving ones in the world.
In the distance (highest point with the rough side) is Mam Tor, aka Shivering Mountain, thus named because it is sliding downhill 9 cm/year.
View from our second hike in the Peak District, which went to the highest point in the area, 2,087 ft.
Cute little bridge #1, near the beginning of our Kinder Scout hike (Peak District). Check out the thick arched wood... how'd they do that?!?
Cute little bridge #2, near the end of our hike.
The local pub in Wincle, England.
Here's the start of the coast-to-coast hike thru the Lake District as viewed thru our hotel room window.
200 million year-old red sandstone.
View from a *divine* *vegan* restaurant (both of those things are RARE here) kalled Kat's Kitchen of Keswick.
The local stone around here is slate (bridge + house).
It's a holiday weekend, so there are many people out hiking.
This lovely rail bridge was operational for about 100 years beginning in 1861. It's now a ped/bike trail, from money raised in 1990.
Another lovely bridge!