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Solstice 2017

Post by Scrat. on Thu Jun 22, 2017 2:34 pm

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Post by Sassy on Thu Jun 22, 2017 7:17 pm

It's something I normally always celebrate being Pagan, and it's also my grandaughter's birthday, but unfortunately yesterday we were travelling for the second time in the week to see my eldest daughter who is very sick, by the time we got back I was pooped.

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Post by Philagain1 on Thu Jun 22, 2017 7:35 pm

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Looks very serene Cool
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Post by Scrat. on Thu Jun 22, 2017 8:31 pm

Sassy wrote:It's something I normally always celebrate being Pagan, and it's also my grandaughter's birthday, but unfortunately yesterday we were travelling for the second time in the week to see my eldest daughter who is very sick, by the time we got back I was pooped.

Lovely photos.
Its hard to celebrate anything if your grandchild is sick, I hope she makes a full recovery. I'm a terrible photographer but it captures a moment a few minutes after Sun rise, if you look to the left you can see the stones, those who know Salisbury plain will tell you it has the closest climate to a dessert in the UK, hot hot hot during the day and uncomfortably cold at night, on the hottest day of the year my tootsies were still cold in the bivi bag at 0400hrs, you can see in the pic of the bike I was on my second cup of coffee, the biolite stove worked but I hadn't used in a while and forgot to charge it, so it was battling to keep my iPhone charged, I also forgot to charge my wind up radio, so I had to continually wind it up!

All in all another wonderful solstice, I do not walk to the stones now because they're full of crunchies, fluffies, and weirdos, and they're open to the public, but I always used to get as close to them as possible when they had roadblocks and the Feds set up an exclusion zone.
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Post by Scrat. on Thu Jun 22, 2017 8:36 pm

Philagain1 wrote:
Scrat. wrote:

Looks very serene Cool
Theres always something special about Stonehenge, if they fucked the traffic off it would be wonderful, it could be because it holds 5000 years or more of our British history, and you could be right, perhaps it was built there because folk at that time thought it serene, that's as good a reason as I've heard for its existence.
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