The Tor

Glastonbury Tor

‘We will walk 500 miles’

Today Little Miss M and I reached 60.8 miles of our 500 mile goal.

We walked up Glastonbury Tor – can you see that pink speck nearly at the top? That is Little Miss M (6) racing ahead to get there first.

What a glorious day it was with magnificent views


stretching far and wide……

looking back at the town of Glastonbury


and from the top

from the Tor

so good to stand together when I finally got there!


looking back at how far we had come


We were with my daughter, Miss E and Master R. The children were touchingly concerned about the modern carvings, but enjoyed the “love heart” as it had not damaged the stone


Having enjoyed the Spring sunshine, the breeze and the views it was time to go back down



with many others enjoying the climb

some leaving tributes or prayers in the trees


On the 85 minute journey home, Miss E (11) was a bit bored and invented Car Yoga to keep herself and the rest of us amused – with demonstrations of the Eyebrow Pose, the Upward Dog and the Squash-the-Person-Next-To-You Pose – Happy Days!

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Joining Son of a Beach’s Which Way Challenge



39 responses to “The Tor

  1. Murtagh's Meadow

    Looks magnificent. Love the idea of car yoga!!

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  2. what a MARVELOUS project! you will have great time, wonderful memories and enviable figures πŸ˜‰ afterwords.

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  3. Wow! What a beautiful and fun place to visit!

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  4. Such a long time since I last went up Glastonbury tor. Is there a path up and down now? I remember slithering down on my bottom part of the way down!

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  5. Very cool! Looks like a spectacular spot! Thanks a bunch for joining in. 😊😊

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  6. What a view! Wowsah! Made my heart sing just looking at the pictures.

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  7. Both you and your granddaughter are going to *cherish* memories of these walks! She sounds like quite the gal!

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  8. Absolutely fantastic photos. What a great idea to walk 500 miles with your grandchildren. They will remember these adventures with huge fondness as adults I am sure but with the added bonus of these photos to help fully remind them.

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    • Thank you! It was Little Miss M’s request to me that we walk 500 miles together after hearing the Proclaimers’ song – She was 4 at the time, with no real idea of how far that would be or how long it might take us, but who could resist such a sweet request!
      I’m so glad to be able to keep a record of our walks in this way – it is a fun way to include others in our adventures. πŸ™‚

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  9. Perfect weather for a walk and for brilliant views once you got there.

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  10. I reckon car yoga could catch on especially on long car journeys. What wonderful views you had.

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  11. Beautiful! And I love to read your stories of adventures with grandchildren ❀

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  12. How wonderful to have such lovely company cheering you along the way! πŸ₯°

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  13. Gorgeous countryside! Wow, nearly 61 miles, you guys will knock that off faster, as she grows!

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  14. I enlarged the pictures and I’m in Heaven. I feel King Arthur rising up in me! LOL!

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  15. You could probably just see my brother’s house from there… He lives in Croscombe, just outside Wells, and can see the Tor from his living room window. Much nicer weather than the last lot of photos he sent me, where there 6 inches of snow on top of the gate posts.

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  16. Your pictures are stunning! What a beautiful backdrop that you live in. I would love to see it myself one day!!

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