Happy Holidays

Knot Magic is on the move, visiting lovely, sunny Somerset.

I might be over egging the pudding there with the entire south west experienced the wettest week ever but it’s been a lovely week filled with lots of fun and frolics.

Highlights have included a trip to Bath and introducing myself to Sulis Minerva, Wookey Hole and shopping in Glastonbury. The rest of the time was either spent avoiding the rain or on the funfair by our caravan.

So here are some Somerset holiday snaps whilst I catch up on my washing! Where’s the cleaning fairy when you need her?

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Golden Sands

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Small cave at Cheddar Gorge

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Minerva Bust - Bath

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The Three Mothers - Bath

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The Sacred Spring - Bath

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The Overflow

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There be Witches at Wookey Hole

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The River Ax

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Arthur's Beard - chamber 20 has recently been opened to visitors

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St Michaels Tower - Glastonbury Tor

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The Red Spring

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The dragon of the Mendip Hills is keeping dry.

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About knotmagick

Weaving Magick and Crochet in the madhouse I call home. I am a devotee of Hekate and a follower of Pan.
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2 Responses to Happy Holidays

  1. lucyannluna says:

    It looks like you visited the chalice well garden, I always try to stop there, it’s so tranquil. Was the well house open ( in the little lane between the garden & the tor path), that’s worth a visit too. Hope you have good holiday

    • knotmagick says:

      The White Spring was sadly closed when we visited. It was over lunchtime and although it was gated one door stood open so I suspect that we just timed it wrong.

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