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Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Trosley Country Park Anniversary winter solstice walk

Coldrum Stones Megalithic tomb
Ancient Yew trees reaching out for sun light



Who's the short geezer?(Rolo)son of Graham the Keeper of oil fired boilers .



As you can see from the pictures, it is cold and frosty and very misty,the sun is driving the mist away and losing the battle.Its a damp-cold that gets into the bones,so after our quick snack in the log cabin we get walking.we came this way on the same day last year,to celebrate the winter solstice at the burial tomb which is 4,000 years old.A muddy walk and a struggle up hill towards the end.we had more refreshments by the log-burner when we returned.
Good to get home and have a warm-up,still,its worth it and its good fun.

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