Well I guess the run of nice weather had to end sooner rather than later.
It was a busy day yesterday at the iron age day at the Cotswold Farm Park and I was tired. So no trip out today; instead a blitz of housework and some craft projects started.
However I have some pictures taken near Bodmin that I didn't have space for last week so here they are.
and the inscription which reads "doniert rogavit pro anima". This translates as “Doniert begs prayers for the sake of his soul”
Here we have the Long Stone. Another menhir near to the other two stones. It looks like a much older standing stone that has been "christianised" by the carving of a Celtic cross at the top. As it is fairly close to the Hurlers that would seem a reasonable assumption.
It's a beautiful little building but right on the road and rather overshadowed by modern development around it - we drove straight past it the first time
No chance of any bowssening nowadays. Not that I'd fancy it - the water looked very unappealing.