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Once again we drove through Hendon, another town in the family history on our way to East Knoyle from where William Ford & his family were sent back to Chicklade because of the "Poor Law"
Then finally back here to Mere, so we did quite a bit of Family History Tripping but did not find out any extra information, it was just good to be in places where I had family 200 plus years ...
Early start this morning, on the road by half past seven. Traffic was really heavy for the first half hour after leaving Poole. We arrived at Stonehenge a little after nine. After grabbing some breakfast in the coffee shop we headed into the exhibition hall before catching the bus out to the Stonehenge rock formation. Quite amazing, Steve has always wanted to see Stonehenge ...
... walking, much of it into a stiff cold wind, to see the huge array of standing stones, the broad and very long Avenue leading to the Sacred Center, and a remarkable giant hill, Silbury Hill, created by the prehistoric neolithic peoples, all without use of any metals (pre-Bronze Age). There was certainly a focus on the sacred everywhere here, but what it means in context with other ancient sites elsewhere remains to be seen. I'll keep thinking and writing about all of ...
Tuesday - Monday ( Can a week have passed so quickly?) A spur of the moment decision to visit Salisbury and Stonehenge paid off today and the kids really embraced prehistoric Britain - once they got over the shock of the early start. After a super early morning run during which I spotted red deer hiding in a crop of barley, I woke the sleepy trio before 7. Getting to Stonehenge early meant avoiding the manic crowds and 5 pound parking fee - a ...