...Leaving The Hurler Stones, a moderate walk leads across Bodmin Moor to the Cheesewring, seen below in the first pic on the horizon behind the entrance to Daniel Gumb's Cave. It is difficult to believe, but this is actually a tiny constructed house, built by Daniel Gumb to accomodate himself, his wife and his half a dozen children! His decision to live out on the wilds of Bodmin Moor and with such limited public utilities and conveniences was apparently made to avoid paying taxes.
|Daniel Gumb's Cave and the Cheesewring|
|The 20 foot tall Cheesewring|
|The stones neighbouring the Cheesewring are also impressive|
Like all the places I visited in Cornwall on this holiday, I cannot recommend visiting this remarkable site highly enough.