Exeter Pilgrimage 2012

Day 4: Axbridge to Wedmore

God's Status: Hallowed be Thy Name
Holy is his Name; His majesty; His presence

We almost retrace our tracks from yesterday back into Cheddar and once again head towards the Mendip hills, although on this occasion we follow the edge of the hills south east towards Westbury-sub-Mendip, passing through Draycott, and our lunch stio at Rodney Stoke. We then cut back towards the west, crossing the very flat drainlands before climbing a ridge and following it into Wedmore. Expect good views as hilly ridges fall away to vast flat lands.


Pilgrimage Newsfeed - Day 4


Our first view of Glastonbury Tor, our destination tomorrow on Michael Gamble


WE NEED AN AMBULANCE!!! Jonathan Gamble


Andy attempted to jump on the wall and gashed his leg #stitchesneeded Michael Gamble


Jonathan Gamble Twitter is not an approved method for calling the emergency services! Aidan Simons


done the Mendips now. Bring on the Quantocks and Blackdowns! John Chenery


Waiting for Andy to get stitches Fran Gamble


At St Leonard's, Rodney Stoke, there are tombs of the Rodney family, dating back to the 15C Michael Gamble


Michael Gamble Andy "liability" Stevens is living up to his name successfully I see Euan Parsons


Would I be considered a cop-out pilgrim if I came down on a rest day?! I'll bring the salmon polo shirts #DressAsDoranDay Euan Parsons


2 churches have given us tea today. Thanks to OLQOA Cheddar & St Lawrence W-sub-M John Chenery


Kev enjoyed his sitdown at the church. Jonathan Gamble


This was the climb up! Jonathan Gamble


We caught up with the frontmarkers so stopped at a B&B that was unfortunately shut Michael Gamble


I think that I'm even more sunburnt than Gina, despite her officially categorised "weak Gaelic skin". Isaac Leaver


And also tea and inspiration for at Bagley baptist church. Check out the story of the church. John Chenery


putting his leg up Fran Gamble