For those who are confident of | their sense of balance and are surefooted, the climb down to the level of the pool below will be rewarding. This, apparently, was a favorite picnic spot with the British. Those visitors, however, must have been an intrepid lot particularly the women with their ankle-length skirts, large hats, and obligatory' parasols! Moreover, Victorian and Edwardian picnics were formidable meals with bread, lashings of butter, a wide range of roasts and cold-cuts, boiled eggs and eggs in aspic, patties and cakes, all washed down with droughts of beer, cider and shandy. The climb up must have been even more daunting than the journey down! Allow a whole morning for this trip, more if you plan to get into the water and then have a picnic.