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Old 11-12-2008, 12:08 PM   #1
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My Veterans Day Trip to Stonehenge

Well I got the day off, which is nice, and I took the family down to Stonehenge and Woodhenge. Then we came back and walked around a little bit in the village we live in.

On the way down I saw a couple of the coolest road signs ever.





Ohh and the signs weren't kidding. We had to stop and get as close to the edge of the road as possible to let 2 of them drive by. If I were to turn the camera to the left you would see Stonehenge.



Then we parked and walked over to see the pile monoliths. They are much more ruined than I had thought.









The kiddos. Freezing their little tushies off.





The Fam.


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A view from the back side.



A view of the land from the other side of the street. As you can see it's loaded with prairie maggots.





Then there's Woodhenge. It's not much to look at but still interesting.










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Old 11-12-2008, 12:10 PM   #3
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And lastly there is the village of Lechlade where I live.









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Old 11-12-2008, 12:20 PM   #4
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that is amazing. so whats it like knowing that most of the buildings in your village are twice as old as any thing here?
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Great pics, thanks for sharing. Your kids are lucky to be able to see those sites.
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Man you are so lucky to see a place like that!!! those buildings are so amazing and everything is so much older than anything america has to offer!! please keep the amazing pics coming.
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awesome!
Hope to see it one day
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Cool beens bud, I'll have to show the wife in the morning when I get home.

They are serious about protection of stonehedge eh'.

Cross the rope and get taken out by a tank.
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that is amazing. so whats it like knowing that most of the buildings in your village are twice as old as any thing here?
It's so cool. I was standing in front of a very old church(built shortly before Columbus crossed the Atlantic in search of India) in another village on a tour and they said how old the church was and it kind of gave me chills.


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Cool beens bud, I'll have to show the wife in the morning when I get home.

They are serious about protection of stonehedge eh'.

Cross the rope and get taken out by a tank.
No, the tanks had nothing to do with Stonehenge. They were just passing by. There are several MOD(Ministry of Defence) bases near there and what I would guess is a tank training area. Sounds like a great place to take a jeep. And yes they spell defense with a "C" as well as a ton of other misspelled words.
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I bet that Jeep of yours blends in nicely over there, doesn't it, coyote?
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Blends right in. Lots of rubber neckin over here when I drive it.

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