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|Description ||Cremlyn SH572776 & 573774
Visited Wednesday 16th June 1999
Access: Down a long, long dusty track off the B5109 from Beaumaris to Pentraeth. We parked in farm yard; walking, a little way up the track to the right, I asked a man in tractor if it were OK to visit the stones, which he said was fine. My wife was also asked by someone from the farm while I was off megaraking. The stones are each in a separate field, to the left of the track
The stones: I visited the top stone first of all, which is down the field, right in the middle. I estimate 9 to 10 feet tall. It was very light coloured, though wa covered with lichen, lots of bird poo, and wool lower down. From there I went to the hedge splitting the fields, through a gate, to the lower stone, visible at the brough of the hill in the centre of the field. This stone I estimated 5'9" tall, covered in lichen, and much broader than the other stone, being almost round. With commanding views of Snowdonia, and a beautiful June day, these two stones had the ideal situation for a visit. Lovely.|
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