I get credit for doing the driving but it's quite unwarranted.
"Surveillance cameras at 200 yards, slow down; turn left in half a mile, then turn right; feel the force ..."
Driving the Dorset coast roads under automated instruction from satnav Yoda feels like flying a combat mission in an SF movie. What's not to like?
Today: the Swanage steam railway (featuring a three course lunch); Durdle Door (that sea-eroded arch at the Jurassic coast); the Maiden Castle neolithic fort (with a view of Prince Charles's modern equivalent ... Poundbury); a view of Chesil beach. Mostly pictured below.