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.