We stayed in a little lodge in Pilton village near Glastonbury.It was very pretty ,very quite as there was nobody else staying there (8 little lodges altogether)just the sound of the wild life it was like our own little retreat.The photo below is the view from the front porch it was so beautiful to open the curtains to the sunshine each morning at the beginning of november.I also sat out there at night in my PJ s it was so mild.
I then went on my way felling all relaxed and chilled out around the shops,here are just a few of the shops I went into.The outside of this one is so pretty with all its crystals and lights it looks so magical.
These candles are outside my favourite shop Star Child, last time I visited Glastonbury I spent most of my pennies in here stocking up on incense,candles etc,this time I did the same buying myself and my daughter Maria our zodiac sign incense and little pots to burn it in,I bought myself oils candles and a book so I came out of there a happy girl.I did buy lots more goodies in other shops but I wont bore you with the long list.
This lovely fairy tree house is in a toy shop window and is fantastic,I know 3 little boys who would love to play with it,come to think of it I know a Grandma that would love to play with it (he he).
We went for a wander at night around the town it was very magical with all its lights on.
This telephone box made me chuckle as we passed it on our walk around town before heading for the Tor (yes I let the men go there with me) on the second day.
After the Tor we visited the Chalice Well,well what can I say that hasn't already been said.This place is just out of this world,so peaceful,so beautiful,very spiritual it made me cry.As I walked around I felt such comfort and at peace with myself it was beautiful.We all took our shoes and socks off and walked in the healing water and drank from the fall.
I have a love for trees and just think these are wonderful,they look like they are dancing to the sound of silence.
I hadn't got a candle to light and place here so I wrote a little prayer and tucked it in safe,do hope it gets read by somebody.
The Well its self looked beautiful all decorated.
We then went around the Rural life museum which was very interesting.
Not to sure about sitting in a line on the loo though.
Glad I dont have to do my washing with these,
This is taken inside the barn a bit chilly but stunning.
Well I think I may have bored you enough for today so will sign off for now and return later with some more pics of our visit to Brighton and London.
All take care and keep warm.Love Jill xx