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Guest Artists:
Joe Boyles & Jake LivingstonVisit Joe & Jake's website: IN SEARCH OF BRITAIN'S LOST KING: A MILLENNIAL QUEST FOR ARTHUR

Joe Boyles, from Pensacola, FL, holds a Bachelor of Arts from Birmingham-Southern College. He will spend this coming year teaching English in Hungary with his new wife. Jake Livingston, from Tupelo, MS, holds a Bachelor of Arts from Birmingham-Southern College. He is currently a first-year medical student at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and planning a wedding of his own.

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  Joe Boyles and Jake Livingston

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Climbing east on the massive bank & ditch of East Wansdyke east of Shepherds' Shore
Climbing east on the massive bank & ditch of East Wansdyke east of Shepherds' Shore.

 

Looking east to Bishop's Cannings Down.
Looking east to Bishop's Canning Down. Wansdyke has resumed an ancient role, that of a simple road.

 

East Wansdyke at Shepherds' Shore
Looking back west to Shepherds' Shore.

 Getting an idea of the massive scale of Wansdyke at this point.
Getting an idea of the massive scale of Wansdyke at this point.

 

 Chalk rubble showing on the north bank of the ditch.
Chalk rubble showing on the north bank of the ditch.

 East wansdyke on a beautiful winter morning.
East wansdyke on a beautiful winter morning.

 

 Tan Hill in the distance.
Tan Hill in the distance.

East Wansdyke, running straight to Tan Hill.
East Wansdyke, running straight to Tan Hill.

 

Bottom of the ditch (looking east)
This image from the bottom of the ditch (looking east) shows the scale on which East Wansdyke was constructed.

 

The very large counterscarp at Bishop's Cannings Down
This image shows the very large counterscarp, which seems to have been created especially for counterbalancing the unfavorable position (behind the crest) of East Wansdyke at this point.

Is this <just> a boundary marker?
Is this <just> a boundary marker?

 

On top of Wansdyke.
On top of Wansdyke.

 

The beautiful image of a wintry East Wansdyke running towards Tan Hill.
The beautiful image of a wintry East Wansdyke running towards Tan Hill.

The massive scale of East Wansdyke.
The massive scale of East Wansdyke.

 

The long way down again..
The long way down again..

 

East Wansdyke, looking west to Morgan's Hill, across Shepherds' Shore
The long way back to the car: East Wansdyke looking west to Morgan's Hill, across Shepherds' Shore.

Copyright 2001, Joe Boyles and Jake Livingston. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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