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White horse

Stand of trees

We moved on today about 5 miles to a place called Honeystreet.

Luckily it was dry all day. And we have been very lucky since we left Wootton Rivers that we haven't had to take down the roof for the bridges as they are all somewhat bigger than we've had so far.

The white chalk horse is not far away. This is the Alton Barnes White horse (there are several of them in Wiltshire). The horse is approximately 180 feet high and 160 feet long and was cut in 1812.

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