Out here in Wiltshire they must have been made of stern stuff in days gone by.
On the top of each of these barren and windswept hills you find an Iron Age settlement. We walked up to the top of one in between rain squalls and it was fairly chilly, even in August.
What possessed these early moonrakers to build up there so far from civilisation? Consider: This was a long time before Marlborough even had a Waitrose.
PS: How do sheep manage to do that "Baa" thing even though they never seem to stop eating?