Taking Some Time Out in Somerset

We were lucky enough to be able to take some time out recently from our daily routine and fly back over to the UK to visit our grown-up children.

We rented a delightful cottage to the south of Street in Somerset – it really was a home away from home. It was lovely to lie in bed and listen to the sheep gently baaing away in the field right next door.

In fact, we met many sheep on our stay there. Some were munching away on the grass up on Wearyall Hill in Glastonbury; others were wandering around on the hill-side along the path to the Hood Monument; and many others scattered around the landscape as we drove around.

My camera was full of sheep photos as it became fascinating trying to capture them as they came up close out of curiosity before dashing off at the slightest unexpected movement.

I just wanted to share some of these images with you as I loved looking at them after we had returned back home.


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2 Responses to Taking Some Time Out in Somerset

  1. Marcia Ferris says:

    I am inspired by your pictures. Reminds me of my childhood home in Kentucky. I fed the baby lambs with a bottle of milk through the fence. Don’t know but maybe they had lost their mother.

    • Fiona Stolze says:

      So sweet to hear from you, lovely Marcia. And glad it brought back childhood memories. There’s something so calming and therapeutic about just quietly being with sheep. 🙂

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