Sunday 19 May 2024

The B Team's Cockpit Stone Circle Selfie on The Sunday Selfies Blog Hop **PLUS** Smooch's UK Historical Travel Guide

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Meowvellous Sunday greetings furiends

Welcome to another BBHQ selfie, and today we headed up to Cumbria to view another pawesome stone circle.

The B Team's Cockpit Stone Circle Selfie 


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Now the weather is warming up, we're having to be increasingly careful not to bump into any peeps/tourists on our trips as can mew imagine; the TTTB materializing, ten cats filing out, all looking for the best spot to stand while we take a selfie. Then ten cats trooping back inside the TTTB and vanishing moments later into thin air! 

We don't want videos like that getting out on the interwebs! MOL



Here's a little bit of info from BBHQ's Historical Travel Guide, Smooch:


Greetings to all the history aficionados and travel enthusiasts out there!

Tucked away in the scenic landscapes of Cumbria on a small plateau northwest of Moor Divock lies the enigmatic Cockpit Stone Circle, a mesmerizing relic from ancient times that continues to intrigue and inspire visitors. This Neolithic wonder boasts a diameter of approximately 28 metres, with its origins dating back over 5000 years to the Bronze Age, around 3000 BC and comprising of around 75 stones set into a bank. Some of these are fallen or sunken, with some standing no more than a meter tall. The circle is nestled amidst breathtaking natural surroundings, enveloped by sweeping vistas of rolling hills and serene beauty.

The purpose of the stone circle, a subject of fascination and speculation, adds to its allure. Theories range from its use as a ceremonial site to its significance in astronomical observations or communal rituals. As mew wander through the hallowed grounds of The Cockpit Stone Circle, mew're transported back in time, contemplating the rituals and traditions of the ancient people who constructed this pawe-inspiring monument.

For history enthusiasts and those captivated by the antiquity, mystery and utter epicness of these ancient monuments, The Cockpit Stone Circle offers a rare opportunity to delve into the past and marvel at the enduring legacy of Britain's archaeological heritage. Whether mew're drawn to its mystical allure or yearn to immerse yourself in the timeless allure of Cumbria's countryside, this historic site promises an unforgettable journey through the archives of time.

Happy Trails

Smooch

 BBHQ's Historical Travel Guide

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We're also joining in Athena's Fabulous Art Hop so do stop by and show off your pawesome arty-farty skills.

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The effect was created with Befunky - AI Enhancer, Sky Changer, and Impressionist 1, preserving the original colours + changes to saturation.

We also turned this fab arty-farty picture into a puzzle, so do stop by the puzzle page and take the Puzzle Challenge, see if mew can beat our time of 7 mins 40 secs. 

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We're off on a garden safari, and then we're snoopervising the P.A. while she checks the newly planted catnip seeds. WE CAN'T WAIT FOR THOSE TO SPROUT! MOL

Smooch is in the kitchen, so lunch will be on time. This afternoon, I think a nice catnap and maybe a movie is in order. What about mew?

I'll be here tomorrow with some brand new puzzles on Brain Training with Cats, and I look forward to your company then.

We do hope mew have an epic day and remember...
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14 comments:

  1. Y'all look really wonderful all stoned up like that! Thanks for joining Angel Brian's Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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  2. Another great stone circle selfie, mew guys! Yes, tourist season definitely requires being more careful with the TTTB!

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  3. The B Team goes to the bestest places!
    Thanks for sharing with us, plus the wonderful art and puzzles.

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  4. That's a lot of stones, and quite an open vista that we now see them in. One can but wonder if it was like that at the time of building? Still, they command a larger presence than the height they currently stand at.
    ERin

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  5. Mewtiful scenery and art! Mummy was wondering if all these stone circles the B-Team visits lie on ancient ley lines. And We were wondering what TTTB stands for.

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  6. Cockpit rocks! Flat enough fur you each to lay on one. And what color in the art! We luv it.

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  7. Great selfie. I love the art you made. Thanks for the puzzle. XO

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  8. That looks like a great place to visit, and you can see for miles. Lovely art.

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  9. Sweeping landscape at that stone circle, and the B-Team helps beautify everything! Love both the original picture and the art effect!

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  10. That really does look quite amazing. Not as high as some but really makes you wonder what happened in the past.

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  11. It's certainly a beautiful place!

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  12. Another great adventure for sure watch out for the tourists 🙀 Smooch your doing a great job making sure the dinner is on time.😽🐈‍⬛🐾

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