St. Leonard's Farmhouse
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... enjoyed our adventure. On Sunday, the boys left and it was just the girls at Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral which was quite nice. It was much easier traveling with just 6 people. Great learning experiences always come with great ...
The week in Dorchester flew by, we kept reasonably busy but the cold weather limited our enthusiasm to explore to far. We visited Arne Wildlife Sanctuary, Portland and Weymouth on the coast and checked out the adorable town of Dorchester. Laurie had a great time scarring poor Lea (and ...
... my car which is a Holden Astra station wagon thing. The drive to Blandford was about half an hour down narrow country roads. It was a bit foggy but so beautiful with the hedges and rolling country. This town is gorgeous with big old brick buildings. I was starving so I walked down the street and got an omelette and hot chocolate. The hot chocolate was amazing! Was exactly what I felt like. I ...
... the gift shop.
Indeed… it had been a long, taxing day. I had the whole group waiting for me earlier, because I got lost and had to use my intuitive radar to locate them at Old Sarum. If you have ever driven around England, on those roundabout, haphazard Celtic roads in a rented car, you will know the challenges I faced!
Then came our first visit ...
... is too old to have been constructed by the Druid’s, although in later years, they’ve used it for their pagan rites.
Beginning with a circular ditch and bank, the ancients used huge sarsen and blue stones to erect what we see today. Many myths have originated about Stonehenge’s origin and purpose but since the records have been lost , it is all conjecture.
One of my favorites legends is that Stonehenge ...