One of our favorite stops when visiting the UK is Avebury. It’s a world heritage sight and well worth the visit.

IMGP2500 The inner ring. We take a picture of our family at one of the inner stones every year. The stone doesn’t age. We do.


This interior, from a reconstruction at the Museum of Wales (not Avebury) shows how the builders lived.

The Kennet Long Barrow is a worthwhile walk from the centre of the village. This picture shows the kinds of people you run into. Serious and … not so serious.

Blue Skipper from the meadow near Kennet Long Barrow
Offerings left inside the Kennet Long Barrow

IMGP0064DSC_0857 A view from Kennet Long Barrow showing Silbury hill.

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