There was obviously some dredging going on – we followed a machine trundling along on caterpillar tracks v-e-r-y s-l-o-w-l-y…..
Burrowbridge lies in the shadow of Burrow Mump – topped by a ruined chapel:
The ‘Mump’ rises from the ‘Levels’ below and gives stupendous views across the Somerset Levels – which lay under water for months, last winter. Now they are lush with new grass – stretching out to a peaceful horizon
We ate a delicious meal in the King Arthur pub and then climbed the Mump to enjoy the 360 degree views.
What a wonderful way to spend a June afternoon!
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