I happen to be walking in deepest Surry over the weekend and came across this Bench mark, now I might have told you way back, that Bench Marks are usualy found on large stately buildings, cast into stone so they are a permanent feature, not liable to move, well, this one I found on the side of a pathway, to mark the death of a sailor, walking home, is a point in question, because its on a grave stone, I saw it and thought no it can’t be a bench mark, but the plaque beside it states that it is, with a value of 267 m above sea level. a larger view of the whole grave stone and the plaque beside it, is on my Flickr page. CPD is there, as a reminder to the use of Bench Marks, and perhaps to my statement on permanence, it’s not always the case, as this item shows.
No time to add a blog over the weekend, it ok to go to these places, great walks and stunning wild life, but little or no WiFi, and no decent phone signal, so no blog, but lots of great shots to load up and one or two stories to tell
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