We visited Castle Drogo today, a National Trust site near Exeter. It's the last castle built in England, completed in 1930, and yet it still is undergoing some serious structural work taking many years. However, many of the areas indoors are still accessible including 'The Room with The View' upstairs on the top floor. From here you can look down over the ravine in the Drogo estate, where Julius Drewe used to fish in the river.
The Boy was desperately peering through the binoculars trying to spot the gap in the woodland which shows the waterfall and the statue of Julius fishing. Unfortunately it was too tricky, despite him trying to 'zoom' in with the binoculars like on my dSLR, so I ended up having to use the Samsung Galaxy Kzoom to show him the section!
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