A friend recently reminded me how much he loves the Cotswolds and how pleasant it would be to live there. There is so much to enjoy. The small villages with interesting shops. Gardens that look like pictures in garden magazines. The yellow/brown stone houses which are super photogenic. And the area is full of history, monuments and old churches.
Our family took us there last year. We had a wonderful time. Here are some pictures, taken in the Cotswolds.
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The pictures speak for themselves.
Bourton-on -the Water
A Burford Garden
St. Edward’s Church, Stow-on-the Wold
“Did I hear something?”
How old are the two yew trees? Who knows. Apparently yew trees grow for a very, very long time. And the Church? We are told that people have worshiped on this site for over a thousand years’ Welcome to history in the Cotswolds!
One of the many interesting shops at Bourton-on -the Water
Stag at Broadway-Middle Hill in the Cotswolds
More of the Stag
Spotted in the car park in Burford.
I cannot describe the magnificent roar she made as she pulled off.
And yes, the owner was justifiably very proud of her!
That beautiful Burford Garden again – It is next to a nursery!