5.06.2009

Down to the Nitty Gritty






















If he gets this one quickly then he spends way, way, way too much time on Google Earth.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wiltshire White Horses

wiltshirewhitehorses.org.uk

The Westbury white horse is the oldest of the Wiltshire horses. It is also one of the best situated, being high on a very steep slope and overlooking a panoramic view. It is on Westbury Hill, on the edge of the Bratton Downs UK, immediately below the Iron Age hillfort called Bratton Camp, north-east of Westbury and near to the villages of Bratton and Edington. There has been a white horse on the site for at least three hundred years.

30U 559516mE 5679486mN

It took 32 min to find this,

Brian :)

Anonymous said...

It's not way too much time, it's called relaxation and a challenge... I've probably learned a thing or two as well. Keep em coming,

Brian

Ron Kresack said...

Hell it probably took me longer to find it than it did you. Congrats

Anonymous said...

I take it it's your day off, me to.