Here is Phyllis sitting on the Blacksmith's Stone with all seven of my children and my son-in-law.
Here is Phyllis sitting on the same stone with my youngest son Cameron.
Phyllis traipsed with us past Silbury Hill. No one knows why this man-made hill was created.
She was very interested in the pagan tree we came across while we hiked around Avebury.
Did I mention that there were sheep?
Here is Phyllis sitting on a large stone all by herself.
Phyllis refused to sit on the Devil's Stone with the rest of the family. (According to Susanna, Phyllis might have been scared it would recognize her! ;) )
The weather was beautiful and sunny with medium humidity, and it was about 18 degrees, so nice and warm. There was a slight breeze as well.
Phyllis bought a post card in The Henge, a souvenir store close to the stone circles.
On Phyllis' last day in Wiltshire, she spent some time enjoying the daffodils in Swindon.
Phyllis' next stop will be to see Birmingham! By the end of her journey, she is going to be so well-traveled!