Stonehenge - it is one of the few things the BOSS remembers from her visit to England when she was five. She was able to describe the tunnel and the path and paintings but the big difference was the temperature. When we had last visited it was 3oC and the middle of winter and now it was 33oC. The crowds had not quite built up to capacity so we had a fairly decent view of the rocks and the audio guide was excellent.
We pushed on to Devizes, had lunch and then spent a few hours wandering around the town and looking longingly at the canal boats (in a previous life I spent quite a few very enjoyable weekends living on canal boats).
We made our way slowly back to Four Marks by going down all the lovely country lanes and through Salisbury Plains where the army play their little boys games.
Gerald had organised a BBQ, so we spent a very pleasant evening chatting to his Icelandic boarders.