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Re: Favourite site visited 2018
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thelonious wrote:
Not really been to that many big sites this year. Mainly just walking the hills as the weather has been so good. Here are a few of my favourite sites that I’ve seen along the way .....

Site/fieldnotes/photos etc. posted on TMA that really makes me want to visit - Belas Knap
I really need to make the effort to visit this one. Hopefully 2019 :-)
http://www.themodernantiquarian.com/site/54/belas_knap.html

Hope everyone had a nice Christmas and that the new year is another good year for stones :-)


I enjoyed reading your post a lot. I hope you make it to the Cotswolds and Belas Knap - a little bit of England that still feels timeless.

My own highlight was the time spent around the Burren in Co Clare back in May, the whole week shines in my memory. Poulnabrone of course and lots of lesser known tombs known collectively as Parknabinnia plus so much more - wells,early Christian sites, etc.
http://www.themodernantiquaria[...]e/2474/parknabinnia_cl_67.html

Wishing you and everyone a happy, healthy and adventurous 2019 x


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Posted by tjj
30th December 2018ce
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