"I see a monument and a white horse!"
That's what my dad and his sister and brother would sing out anytime they drove by the Cherhill Monument and White Horse as children. What? You don't know what a white horse is!? Well, all over the English west country their are white horses carved into the hillsides. They're white because of the chalk content in the soil, here's the wiki page.
It was probably the nicest weather that we had during our trip, but by this point I was used to the fact that I had to layer up with a scarf and sweater. But I guess it was a fair exchange for the really cool places that I visited and getting to have cows in the back ground of my outfit shots!
When and Where:
- Wednesday, July 20th, 2011
- around Wiltshire, England
- sweater, jeans - Gap
- tee - Target
- scarf - Old Navy
- flops - Seychelle's via Ross
- boots - the factory store, Warminster