WALK REPORT Rafi, Brad, Nadine I bet you thought I’d never get around to posting these photos. Well, at long last here they are! They’re from a walk we did way back on October 27th, 2007 our first attempt to put together a decent route between Stonehenge and Salisbury, following the course of the River Avon. Comments welcome.
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5. And here’s Nadine, who’s listening in to the free audio commentary. You may recognize her from an earlier walk.
6. One curious sarsen the Heelstone stands apart from the other rocks at Stonehenge. It may have served as a landmark during processional marches along The Avenue, an ancient track which leads up into the heart of the stone circle from a point on the River Avon two miles away.
12. Gargoyle or hunkypunk? Exterior wall detail, Middle Woodford parish church. We’re back on the road after lunch, with just four miles to go until we reach Salisbury.
14. Rafi’s backpack. Being from Hamburg, he’s a St Pauli fan.
If you’d like to try this route out with us too, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for details on upcoming dates, etc.