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UK Trip Day 19 part 6 (or Day 20 part 5
Photos, art
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Rollright Stones, a small, rarely visited Neolithic stone circle in Warwickshire. There are Bronze age megaliths near-by.



Rollright Stones

An 18th century drawing of the Rollright Stones (photo of the sign at the circle)

Rollright Stones

Rollright Stones

Rollright Stones

Looking through the southern "entrance" to the alter stone
Rollright Stones

Rollright Stones

Someone left a small bunch of flowers at the alter stone.
Rollright Stones

Rollright Stones

Rollright Stones
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Sweet. I was in Warwickshire awhile ago and I had I known they were there I would have visited them!

When I was there Warwick Sainsburys got in its first shipment of bagels and no one knew how to pronounce bagels. "Bag-less?"

Now I'm curious what British bagels end up being. The round soft bread one, or something vaguely approximating an actual bagel?

Like something you'd get out of a bag in a grocery store.
I didn't try one.

That's really pretty! I love the way the woods curve around them and frame them.

Wow, that's really gorgeous.

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