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| The Pipers (Hurlers) |
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|Description ||These are the Pipers,adjacent to the Hurlers so must be a part of the complex. The hill in the distance is where the Cheese ring is to be found.|
| These are the Pipers in our main story today. I wonder if they were sited like this to frame the Cheesewring with its unusual pile of stones at a significant sunrise, moon-rise or star? (Though I imagine this would be too northerly for the first two??) |
Pennymoon (Michelle), I dowsed here in 2002 and have a records of my findings if you want to see them. (Am away for rest of this week though - in Cornwall!). Don't recall any strange feelings between stones.
|Andy B |
| That was my fault earlier, apologies|
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