Back Side Of Our Cool Arch

Ha! Fooled you!

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This is actually a rock formation called the Durdle Door. (Sometimes written Durdle Dor). It  is a natural limestone arch on the Coast of England.

1t, and 12,000 surrounding acres is privately owned but is generously kaept open to the public. The name Durdle is derived from the Old English 'thirl' meaning bore or drill. So It’s not called an arch, it’s called more of a bore hole. Now. Does anyone feel just a little less special? Because we do.