Great Britain - From Glasgow to Brighton
Glasgow, Ayr, Thornhill, Grasmere, Lake District, Oxford, Brighton.
Sheeps everywhere! Better not be sheepophobiac around here.
Lake District, England
When they called it the Lake District, they weren't kidding.
Reine on a walk, overlooking yet another lake
a fistful of haggis
Haggis is the national dish of Scotland. It usually consists of various entrails such as heart, liver and lungs. These juicy bits are traditionally boiled in the sheep's stomage for several hours. I wonder what this sheep has eaten?
Having haggis in Thornhill, Scotland
This must be the place where Depeche Mode goes to shop when all stores in Basildon are closed.
This is where we stopped for the night. I've seen worse places.
Grasmere, Lake District
...as The Cure would say.
Keep your hands inside the vehicle
This white beauty was my assigned horse. He had the ominous name of Storm, but luckily I had stacked up a big supply of Kendal Mint Cake in case he would live up to the name.
End of the road
Finally arriving at the lovely town of Brighton. This is as far south as you can go without entering the tunnel below the English channel.
Now that's a lot of pebble.