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Re: Trethevy Quoit in danger
Feb 27, 2013, 21:07
thesweetcheat wrote:
Yeah, I agree - as long as a "reasonable distance" is just that!

I've still never been to Trethevy, so can't comment really, but I think Cornwall's pretty lucky to have its other quoits in their lovely settings too. I've been at Mulfra for hours and never seen anyone, and Zennor and Chun to a lesser extent.


I like Mulfra it's a little gem isn't it and likewise have never seen anyone else whilst there. I have some fieldnotes I haven't put up yet from last September. Trethevy isn't really in a lovely setting because of the closeness of the houses but still pretty quiet nevertheless. It would have looked fantastic a couple of hundred years ago looking at it from the east sat on it's little raised hilltop without the houses blocking the view.
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