The next day (23 May), we started at Minions and the Hurlers stone circles. A guide with another group entertained us with a lot of information about the circles, some of it sounding plausible, some not so much (radiation in the circle is lower than outside the circle, stuff about ley lines). Cows were resting among the neolithic stones.
We then made our way up to the Cheesewring, so called, because it looks like cheese that has been stacked to have the moisture wrung (pressed, really) out of it. If viewing in email, click the post title to click into the images and see them larger.