Sunday, July 10, 2011


We went directly from the institute to Stonehenge (which we were able to find, despite lacking a map, just beyond Salisbury). We were prepared to be disappointed because we had heard people complain that they were not able to approach the megaliths. We were happily surprised - perhaps because it was the end, of a shokingly cold, extremely windy, overcast day, there were not many visitors and we were able to get quite reasonably close to stones. I took far too many photos - please click on one to be connected to my photostream, if you would like to see more. We were so glad to have visited. It is astounding.

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It really did seem that the site now belongs to the crows.

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