We awoke to a misty morning and were delighted to finally see Charingworth Manor in the light. What a wonderful surprise!
Structures at this site date back to 3000 BC. But these bluestones - which were brought to this site from various sites including 150 miles away in Wales - date back to 2500 BC. There is still a lot of mystery and legend associated with Stonehenge. We will never know for sure what its original purpose was but experts think that it had something to do with the changing seasons and the rising and setting of the sun. It is fascinating!
We drove back to Kent for one final night. The next morning we were to take the Eurostar to Paris. I was very sad to leave! I have wanted to visit England for for many years - I didn't want it to end.
Here are some random memories...
"Do you have a transponder on your car?"
"Do you have like, sweaters?" "Yes we have like sweaters."
Wes driving on the Right side of the car, on the Left side of the Road and parking against traffic with the cars going the other way.
James, "Can I get a receipt for that?"
Paid for public restroom in library in Windsor.
Chocolate dessert and custard at B&H's house.
Our close attempt to celebrating an early Guy Fawkes night.
"Do you have sat nav?"
"Mind the gap!"
Fudge in Cambridge.
Children of Kent going to school.
Wes and Becca talking with an English accent.
Charingworth room that looked like James and Becca's chalet.
Waking up in Kent to the smell of cows.