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Re: Similarities elsewhere?
Apr 01, 2013, 19:04
Yes and all 3 would be covered on top, the Anti chamber by the big main capstone, the middle big one would have a stone [or wood] on top and be resting on the angled backstone [that's why it's at that angle] and the little back chamber would also be covered, and if the whole thing had walling up to the main capstone it would make another big space above the 2 inner chambers, the anti chamber would have been open though and is the place at a lot of chambers that shows signs of ritual and fire, i'd just like you to know enough that you could see it next time your there, it's wonderfully simple and all the shapes on the stones suddenly make total sense, this is something that happened to me and Roy at the same time but at different places, i took what i've learnt there and made a lot more sense of mulfra as well, trouble is money been tight makes Cornwall further away i suppose, do you plan getting down this year?
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