|Typical, thin U.K. country road, lined with overgrowth|
When we left Thornbury Castle, we had to drive about 2 hours through very narrow country roads to get to our next destination, the City of Bath. The country roads were barely wide enough for two cars, and yes, they were two lane highways, one lane going one way, the other lane going the opposite direction. Fortunately, we had a compact car, but that didn't matter much. I would've even been sweating on a bicycle!
The drivers on the country roads speed, of course, because they're used to it, or they have a death wish. Tom was navigating and I (Rob) was driving, and had all to do to keep up speed and not run into the 10 foot high shrubs that lined all of the roads!
|Driving in terror!|