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photoblog image More sheep than tourists around Stonehenge

More sheep than tourists around Stonehenge

 

on a rather windy and partly rainy day - but the sheep - as hardy and stoic like the Brits - didn't notice the weather at all, they were contently grazing in their usual way. Sadly, I saw the sheep only from some distance as here from our coach.

 

"Humorous and fun, our Stonehenge sheep droppings are the perfect sweet treat and reminder of a visit to the famous stone circle. Containing small pieces of milk chocolate coated fudge, they are delicious for children and adults alike." I never tried them.

More sheep than tourists around Stonehenge

 

on a rather windy and partly rainy day - but the sheep - as hardy and stoic like the Brits - didn't notice the weather at all, they were contently grazing in their usual way. Sadly, I saw the sheep only from some distance as here from our coach.

 

"Humorous and fun, our Stonehenge sheep droppings are the perfect sweet treat and reminder of a visit to the famous stone circle. Containing small pieces of milk chocolate coated fudge, they are delicious for children and adults alike." I never tried them.

comments (6)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 22 Feb 2020, 02:42
The sheep add to this fine shot of this extraordinary place, Philine.
Philine: Yes, you know this places with hordes of tourists- many thanks, Ray!
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 22 Feb 2020, 06:00
I'm not sure I would want to try the droppings, either, Philine
Philine: I, too, am not sure, but I found it funny to have such fudge. Many thanks, Lisl!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 22 Feb 2020, 06:34
I'm glad you didn't cheapen your experience by eating the confectionery Philine. Stonehenge is an odd place; its existence is an enduring mystyery
Philine: Yes, you know surely more about this Stonehenge, I have been there for several times, I recall also the times as we could touch the stones. Many thanks, Chris!
I think I would have passed on the sweets too!

This is a fine atmospheric image Philine
Philine: Yes, you are a sweet heart. Many thanks, Bill! The conzert yesterday night was wonderful, Yannick Nézet-Séguin was the conductor, his whole body seems to be music, very passionate conducting - and a great orchestra: Rotterdam Philharmonic orchestra.
I wouldn't have fancied the sweets either. Perhaps we are out of line with the rest of the population but many years ago we drove past Stonehenge on a coach and on seeing it through the window both of us thought 'Oh, is that what the fuss is all about', from the purely visual point of view we weren't greatly impressed.
Philine: seen from the near, Stonehenge is a very impressive place. I remember the times as I was allowed to touch the tall stones. Many thanks, Brian!
this is a wonderful panorama with Stonehenge in the middle Philine....petersmile

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