Today I got a nice postcard from the United Kingdom! The postcard shows multiple views of Lulworth Cover and Durdle Door. Durdle Door is a distinctive natural limestone arch in the Jurassic Coast near Dorset. The name comes from the Old English word thirl, which means bore or drill. It is on private land but is open to the public. The Jurassic Coast, which is 155 kilometres long, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Thanks Cheryl!