I've mentioned roundabouts in a couple of posts. I thought I'd illustrate the signage leading into a busy intersection.
Whilst we didn't go anywhere near Stonehenge, we did pass a very interesting sight, that became even more interesting after we pulled over and entered the grounds. The GPS for some unknown reason, took us past the Rollright Stones. From the brochure that a very nice lady provided (for 50p):
"The Legend goes that a King and his army were marching over the Cottswolds when they met a witch, who addressed the King:
Seven long strides thou shalt take, andThe king strode forward, but on his seventh stride the ground rose up in a long mound obscuring the view of the village far below. The witch turned them all to stone, the King overlooking Long Compton, the men standing in a circle nearby, and his five knights whispering treachery further off."
if Long Compton thou canst see
King of England shalt thou be
This was my first view of the Godrevy Lighthouse this morning. It's located in St. Ives Bay. I'm in the front yard of the Sunset Surf Shop, next door to Derek's house, where I am staying.