Remember that picture from Friday? The one that's here? Go look - I'll wait - in fact, click on it and bring it out big so you can see what I'm talking about.
In that picture, if you look down along the coast line, you'll see two headlands jutting out into the sea. It's the second of those two headlands - the one with the bump at the end - that gave me that 'Doh!' moment I refer to in the title of this post.
One of the highlights of that trip to England was the daytrip we made to Tintagel, the "Camelot" castle, the legendary birthplace of Aurthur. ( Well, one of them, anyway.)
That second headland? That 'bump'? That's Tintagel! I never realized that until I was looking at the picture during the day on Friday. I brought up Google maps and by golly, it's Tintagel!
What you see below is the landward side of the 'bump', and some of the stonework that has survived 800 or more years up there. This castle is REALLY unusual, but I will go into THAT whole thing later this week.
Just to give this a little scale - do you see the cave at the bottom of the rock in the photo above? Well, take a look at the picture of #2 Son and Bitsy, standing in the mouth of that cave, below:
And then, below, find a picture of those two, again. This time, they are amid the stone work on top of the big rocky headland.
That was all fun and good. And if you like, we'll explore Tintagel a little more, later in the week. But the real treasure, for me, was seeing this:
on the drive down to Tintagel. England, much as it looked hundreds of years ago. And it's still there.