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Seeing it was such a beautiful day down here in Cornwall I went up to Minions on Bodmin Moor yesterday and tramped up to Stowe's Hill via Rillaton Barrow. It was while I was filming the barrow with my camcorder with Stowe's and the Cheesewring as a backdrop that I began to wonder if the natural stone formations on the edge of Stowe's held any form of significance to the belief's of the Neolithic and Bronze Aged builders at that time and being one of the reasons that so much has gone on there in the past? Although it was 3-4000+ years ago I guess much of the Cheesewring was as it is now as it would have taken 100's of thousands of years (I guess) for the climatic conditions to expose it as it is seen today.

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Posted by Sanctuary
11th November 2010ce

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