Friday, 2 November 2012
Cleal et al provides a good summary of the knowledge of Hole H.
Just to record my belief, I think that it is a stonehole, as are Holes F & G, because of the size of the hole. I think H was dubbed the Bush Hole is because it had a smaller hole in the side wall where a bush or tree had grown in the disturbed ground.
I admit this is just my belief and the evidence is slim but taken with the descriptions of the three holes and others it seems to be more than plausible.
More on the Holes F, G and H at http://www.sarsen.org/2012/07/fgh-first-wife-stones.html