We travelled past Stonehenge on our trip to the Flyball tournament this weekend. This is a picture taken out of the window driving past.
Apparently these stones were erected at the site in Wiltshire at around 3100BC and that makes them about 5,112 years old. But they have found wooden post holes on the site which are dated at 8000BC, thats about 10,012 years old. That's old! I bet loads and loads of people have seen sheep grazing like this as they travelled past them in all those years.
Anyway the reason we were driving past was were were going to a flyball tournament in Somerset which is about 2hrs west of us and we also camped for the weekend . We borrowed a car trailer to take all our stuff so it was wagons roll on Friday afternoon.
We stayed in a Tent when got to the tournament the same one we used the last time we camped last year. But this time it was a lot colder at night.
We did OK in the racing. Auntie Breeze and Dare got a second place in their Division, I got a 5th place and Chip a 3rd place in our Division which was good apart from the fact Chips Team beat mine ...
No actual flyball action pictures this time but we took some nice ones of the area we were staying in which was near Frome in Somerset.
It was in the middle of some lovely English Countryside.
And very peaceful away from the normal busy London hubbub.
Mind you us flyball dogs barking all weekend probably changed that. I bet the locals are glad we have all gone home now.