Photos - 2003 - South West England at Easter

John came down from Newcastle and we had a weekend planned where we would drive around Devon and Cornwall. The first day involved driving out to Cornwall. We made much better time than expected and decided there was more value in covering more ground over the other day and a half we had set aside so we drove back to Exeter for the night and redefined the scope of the exercise to cover lots more ground. Day 2 involved Stonehenge, Southampton and the southern coast back to Exeter.

Dartmoor/Driving through Dartmoor, a national park near Exeter
Looe/Looe is a small coastal town on a river in Cornwall
Lands End/Lands End is the western most point in England
Stonehenge/Stonehenge is a large pile of rocks with history dating back to 3000BC
Salisbury Cathedral/Salisbury Cathedral has the tallest spire in the country
Otter and Owl Sanctuary/We stopped at the Otter and Owl sanctuary because John and I are fans of Otters.
Cheddar Gorge and Caves/On monday we drove to Cheddar to visit England's biggest gorge and a network of caves.

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