Another summer, another trip to the UK.
I’ve not managed to do many runs yet, but they have all been in very pretty areas of the country.
I thought I’d compile a short list of things that stand out when compared to running in the US. So, you know you’re in England when:
- You have to run on the other side of the road.
- The drivers let you pass and give a jolly wave of acknowledgement.
- The town you are exploring is at least five times older than the country you live in (Wells vs America).
- If you ask for directions when you are running in the middle of nowhere, you have to concentrate really hard to decipher the accent.
- When you look up the road and see views like this tiny church:
- And this… A bloody great big cathedral…
- And this… From another view point…
- And this…
- Go on then… One more and this… The last remaining fully medieval street in England…
There are some very old and scenic places in the UK. These pictures are mainly from Wells’the smallest city in England’ a where they filmed a number of the outdoor scenes from the Simon Pegg/Edward Wright cult classic Hot Fuzz.
Having a blast and having a break. It’s all good.