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The Stone King

So: there are a lot of people who say Geoffrey of Monmouth made it up as he went along.

With ingenuity he constructed a history of Albion: while it was discredited as a history in the 16th century, Geoffrey’s ability to tell a good yarn remains undisputed. 664 more words

advent journey - weather

The weather report sounded like an incantation against the gods.                    – Melissa Harrison Clay 7 more words

Rollright Stones

The Rollright Stones in England are a special place. They include three sets of stones: The King’s Men, The Whispering Knights and the King’s Stone. Here are some of my pictures of the Rollright Stones from my latest trip to England. 33 more words

Travel Notes

The King Stone and The Whispering Knights

 
The King Stone and The Whispering Knights are part of the Rollright Stones complex near the village of Long Compton in Oxfordshire. The King Stone may have been a marker for a nearby barrow, while the Whispering Knights are the remains of an entrance to a burial chamber. 49 more words

Art

A bit of a mix: A final foray in the Cotswolds and a couple of caches in Italy

This will be a quick blog post, covering the few geocaches I have found between my last blog and my flying back across the Atlantic ocean tomorrow. 576 more words

Geocaching

30 Days Wild - Day 5 - Treehouse Adventure

Day 5 of our wild adventure consisted of us leaving Munashe and Zori at Granny and Gramps’ house for not one night but for two whole nights so that me and Leo to celebrate our ten year anniversary. 311 more words

Nature