Caravan Club CL campsite of South Admiston, having arrived on Monday afternoon. It's a working cattle farm which was originally built in 1845 as part of the estate of Athelhampton. The small grass field is somewhat the worse for wear due to the rain and we did turn up during a shower. Actually we had rain pretty much all the way from Huntisbeare and even fog for part of the journey. Drivers were still zooming past with no lights on even with visibility down to practically nothing. South Admiston has just electric hook-up, water and waste, and is £12 a night or £14 if we decide to put our awning up. We have been issued with a huge folder of leaflets and booklets advertising Dorset attractions so have our fingers crossed for nice weather to see as much as we can at its best.
After a late lunch of slow-baked wholemeal bread, jam and cheese (have
|Path through earthworks to the western entrance|
Apparently the size of fifty football pitches, Maiden Castle has an awe-
|Roman temple remains|
|Ditches and ramparts at Maiden Castle|
|Crop circle below Maiden Castle|