Not the easiest of climbs on a very windy day, a great laid path of steps winding it's way to the top. I tried to step up continuous to use both leg muscles but stepping up left first is still difficult.
Coming down was harder as I cannot lead with my left, there is not enought bend in my ankle so it was one step at a time.
Such great views from the top across the Somerset plains - the rain could be seen travelling across but thankfully we just got caught in a light drizzle.
Huge thanks to my Hubby for being my handrail up and down, as with many things I could not have done it without him.
|It's a long way up (and down)|
|My fab Hubby|
|At the top with Hubby & Agnes|
|With Dave and Agnes|
such a great view
|At the top !!|
|It looks modern but is |
hundred of years old
|Beautiful tapestry coat of arms|
on panels and cushions
|Oldest working clock|
|Visiting Wells Cathedral|