Category Archives: England

Thatched Roofs and Ancient Stones

Anne & Kirk Woodyard – Music and Markets Tours The southwest of England is full of intriguing spots – well-known Stonehenge, of course, more prehistoric stones we’ll see later today, and on the way from Bath, headquarters of our November … Continue reading

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A Cotswolds Experience: A Walk Along the Cotswold Way

If you want to truly experience the English countryside, do it on foot! In early May 1999, when our daughter Kelly was five, our family spent ten days in England. It was our first visit to the Cotswolds and our … Continue reading

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Walking with Dinosaurs – and Ichthyosaurs!

Our interest in the Steve Etches Museum goes back to February 2015 when a very good friend invited us to a talk at Wareham Archaeology Society. The speaker was Steve Etches who captivated us with images of finds he had … Continue reading

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