Driving in the rain, again – part one

A drive to Hereford, about 70 miles away, to visit Hereford Cathedral, home of the 13th century Mappa Mundi, and maybe take in the Cider Museum also, seemed like a good idea today.

It’s a cloudy, overcast day but that’s to be expected. According to a proverb: if it rains on St Swithun’s Day it will rain for fourty days. And on July 15th it rained so here we are, 7 days into the 40. 

One thing St Swithun didn’t forecast was endless roadworks in July. On the 5 mile journey on the narrow road from Purton to the next village there are 3 sets of roadworks/traffic signals.

This one: 

And this one:  

And one more I didn’t capture because the lights were green and I wasn’t sure I could explain to all the drivers behind me why I wanted to stop and take a photo of the traffic lights.

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