Letters 3: WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge

So far, self has managed to hang on to everything. She made it to London, really really tired, but she’s already been to Stonehenge.

Now, if she can only keep her luggage safe while she takes the train to Southampton (day after tomorrow), she can give herself another big pat on the back . . .

This had better work . . .
This had better work . . .
From the AWP Book Fair in Seattle, at the One Story table
From the ONE STORY Magazine Book Table at the AWP Book Fair February 2014 in Seattle

Hard to believe she arrived in London just two days ago!  Yesterday she took the train to Salisbury (about an hour and a half from Waterloo Station) and joined a five-hour tour of Stonehenge:

The approach to Stonehenge, near Salisbury.  The land around the monument is controlled by the British National Trust.  Visitors approach the site on one narrow road, and no one is allowed to stray off the road to the meadows (except for sheep, who do double duty as lawn mowers)
The approach to Stonehenge, near Salisbury. The land around the monument is controlled by the British National Trust. Visitors approach the site on one narrow road, and no one is allowed to stray off the road to the meadows (except for sheep, who do double duty as lawn mowers)

Stay tuned, dear blog readers.  Stay tuned.

 

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