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thesweetcheat wrote:
tjj wrote:
A beautiful day outside but I'm waiting in for that elusive butterfly aka 'a gas engineer'.


Missed this bit earlier - me too (bugger never showed up though, supposed to be replacing our metre). Could have had a nice day out somewhere!


I was at the Hurlers and Cheeswring on Bodmin Moor. Stunning day. Took some photos of some very interesting 'bowl shapes' cut into the rock with overflow channels allowing the water to flow from one to the other to a grooved channel allowing the water to drain out possibly into a storage bowl. Possible cup marks to the large rock balanced above it. Have loads of pix but no idea how to put them on here but then again somebody probably already has in the past!!


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1st September 2010ce
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