- Happy Solstice
Would have ridden there to see it, but you can’t take bikes in. No way am I leaving a bike unattended with 35000 people about. Sustainable transport policy seems to consist of massive car park and a few buses. Hey ho, Avebury is a superior site anyway. Did you go Simon? If so, what were the cycle lockups actually like? Protected by security?Posted 8 years ago
Er – I wasn’t at Stonehenge I was at Lincluden College in Dumfries!
I have been inside Stonehenge a couple of times but not for the Solstice. The National Trust (or the trust that runs it) allow 20 or so people in at 6am every morning to do their thing which is good.
I was planning to do my ceremony at The Twelve Apostles henge just outside of Dumfries but today there were cows in the field so decided to go here instead.Posted 8 years agoBlobOnAStickSubscriber
3 AM start this morning to get to the top of Worcestershire Beacon on the Malverns in time to see the inside of a cloud 🙁
Then went to laugh/yell encouragement at the MM competitors at the obelisk at other end of the hills.
Home for 8:30 for muchos fathers day pampering from my daughter….what a perfect day!
Happy Solstice to one and all!
BenPosted 8 years ago
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