St. Michael's Mount is the little brother to Mont Saint-Michel. I mean, I'd heard of Mont Saint-Michel in France or at least off the Normandy Coast thereof. I didn't know Cornwall had a its own little one going.
|St. Michael's Mount at low tide.|
|The Causeway we used on the way out|
|St. Piran's Flag flew proudly over this rock of Cornwall|
|The gardens on the side of the Mount were great!|
We visited an old manor house at Cotehele preserved in 17th Century style. It had not been upgraded into much modernity.
|Cotehele House, Cornwall|
|This is more my style - Civil War Era (English, not ours)|
|A bit too much drapery for my taste.|
|A stone bridge out on the moor.|
|The tallest stone at Scorhill Circle|
|Wife wife on the rocks.|
|I tried lying in the center of the stones to feel any earth vibes. I don't know how the neolithic ancestors worshiped!|
(Neither does anybody else)
|demonstrating the curve of the circle|
|From a bit of a distance with some of our party|
|These three stones line up with the natural tor on the distant horizon.|
"This means something!"
|On the way back we scouted down the stream until we found the rock with the big hole.|