We travelled to the New Forest for the weekend to meet up with friends we made in India earlier this year.
On the way we visited Stonehenge, one of the world’s most famous prehistoric monuments. Erected in about 2500 BC it consists of a ring of standing stones.
We carried on to Old Sarum, the site of the earliest settlement of Salisbury.
We carried on to the New Forest, a large area of unenclosed pasture, heath and forest. Rights of common pasture are still recognised today and ponies, donkeys and cattle are free to graze all year round.
We enjoyed our visit to the New Forest.
Till next time,