A road trip to Cannock, England

road trip to Cannock
Road trip to Cannock

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18 Responses

  1. yukti says:

    Devil Beeftub looks interesting.Mofat stop with toffee is treat on this long drive. Interesting stuff always from you.

  2. I’ll have to put this on my list for when i move to london in the fall. Trying to already plan out weekend trips haha

  3. wanderingchocobo says:

    I’m surprised you guys don’t do more road trips. I’ve done London to Peak and Birmingham to Scotland. I find them rather enjoyable and it looks like you all had a blast! That toffee looks yummy, I’ll have to make sure I grab some next time I am in the area.

  4. asoulwindow says:

    I love road trips. Recently I did a memorable road trip in Bhutan and rural Rajasthan in India. I am sure road trip in England will be equally good. I can’t wait to drive in England, especially its countryside.

  5. Arnav Mathur says:

    I love being on the road, road tripping, and your post just gave me the push needed, to do a road trip one am in England. I had read about the train connectivity in between cities, but when the roads and surroundings are so beautiful I would prefer a road trip any day over a train journey.

  6. Only By Land says:

    That’s an interesting fact on how Devils Beeftub got it’s name, I’ll agree with David on that too! I stopped for a KFC on my Iceland roadtrip recently, it’s always an exciting part of a roadtrip! Those sweets from Moffat look interesting, is the toffee soft or hard?

    • Natasha says:

      The toffee was so hard like boiled sweets! So delicious too. If you go during the day there are more shops open with more of a variety and there might be soft toffee too

  7. natalietanner says:

    What fun to get out and explore! These are such interesting tidbits – I love those sorts of things. You really get a feel for the area when you know them. We travel with the kids and I can’t tell you how curious they would be about the name ‘The Devil’s Beeftub”. LOL!

    • Natasha says:

      Hahaha I have been fascinated with it since I was young. We always would stare out the window in wonder when we drove past. Still love it now

  8. Cat says:

    “Devils Beeftub” – what an interesting name! Roadtripping is a great way to explore the area around you and get to see some less known sites! Did you get to see any other cool sites on the way to Cannock?

    • Natasha says:

      Not really! It got dark after we left Moffat 🙁 We were driving to a business convention so spent the next two days in meetings boooo

  9. eazynazy says:

    I love road trips as they are very flexible and it helps to explore new unexpected places <3

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