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England 10 May: Severn Bridge - Calne

First port of call this morning was Run & Become in Cardiff -

followed by a visit to the St Fagans National History Museum Welsh Museum of Life at St. Fagans.

"St Fagans is one of Europe's foremost open-air museums and Wales's most popular heritage attraction.

It stands in the grounds of the magnificent St Fagans Castle, a late 16th-century manor house donated to the people of Wales by the Earl of Plymouth. During the last fifty years, over forty original buildings from different historical periods have been re-erected in the 100-acre parkland."

Along the footpaths of St. Fagans...

Beautiful gardens.

The current Team, minus Ondrej (taking the photo...).

Canopic tree...

Water represents consciousness...

The glorious weather continues as the Harmony Runners leave Wales for the last time and take the Severn Bridge to England. William Blake's poem, Jerusalem, came to my mind as we began our journey across England.

Peaceful bridge.

The tide was just past full as we ran across the original Severn Bridge, which was dedicated as a Sri Chinmoy Peace Blossom in 1991.

Hello goodbye Croseo Lloeger - Welcome to England

The English side of the Severn Bridge - and where the tolls are!!

The traffic has lessened, but a lot of cars still hooted at us as we ran across with the Torch and flags.

Lunch prepared by professionals...

The most organised nutritionist currently on the Harmony Run!
Reaching England again, we turned south and ran straight toward Bristol, through Easter Compton. Mark was having a long day on the road and elected to run into and through Bristol.

Ondrej comes across some guys just dying to be Torch bearers.

Again, lots of people were hootin' and a tootin' all the way into Bath. A few more miles to Batheaston and our crew was done for the day. The silver van was ahead and made it to just beyond Calne.

The Cherhill White Horse.

Accommodation was in Bristol and Sangvad and Purohit prepared a feast to refuel the runners for a long day heading east toward Oxford. Many thanks to all our friends in Bristol, including Udasina and Sangvad.

– Abichal Watkins

Distance: 74 km

Team Members:
Ondrej Vesely (Czech Republic), Suswara Payne (England), Stefan Ehrenfellner (Austria), Matthias Frey (Germany), Rosta Vagner (Czech Republic), Balavan Thomas (England), Mark Collinson (England), Abichal Watkins (Wales), Kamilla Hozlarova (Czech Republic), Ieva Kurzemniece (Latvia), Valentine Grosjean (France)

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