For me it would be Stone Hedge @moore.income. Would love to just sit there and listen to the silence. Always been intrigued by Stone Hedge.
Stonehenge is a place I’ve visited a few times over the years. We’ll be back in May. It is a special place. If anyone wants to go there, the best way is to arrange a Stonehenge Stone Circle Access pass. It allows you to walk among the stones. Otherwise you would be outside the roped off area. Highly recommended.
I’ve visited Stonehenge a couple times and will be there in May. It is a very other worldly place. If you do go I recommend arranging a visit through the Stonehenge Stone Circle Access program. You will be able to walk around inside the stones. Otherwise, you will have to stay outside the roped off area.
I have always wanted to see the Northern Lights…and I don’t particularly care where I go to see them, tho Norway or Finland would be nice! I spent some summer vacations in Minnesota, and family would talk about the lights…a winter phenomenon…and I remember how in awe I was of the photos and newscasts I saw back then.
@Moore Income (aha!..is this how you link?) If you make that trip to Iceland, please share travel tips. I’ve spent a few minutes researching trips to see the Northern Lights and because they are so unpredictable, I pushed the thought way down the bucket list, even tho as a travel destination, it’d be at the top. According to family the lights are very rare in MN, as well.