The Cheesewring is in the background on to of the hill. The moor was fun to explore. Soft to walk on. Lots of pools of water that reflect the sky.
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Day 15 - Bodmin Moor - Really Old Stones on Saturday, May 18th, 2013
We visited three more interesting monuments: Cheesewring, The Longstone Cross and Trethevy Quoit. The earliest written accounts mentioned the stones in the 1580's. The stones are much older than that. They are either Neolithic or Bronze Age monuments.
Labels: Bodmin Moor, Cheesewring, Cornwall, England, Longstone Cross, Trevethy Quoit, United Kingdom
Location: Bodmin Moor, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14, UK
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