As for the natural piles of rocks, I must admit it is a while since I read about it but the Reporting Team claim that they are something to do with Fox's Glacier Mints!
Anyway, their explanation goes something like this:-
During the last ice age Glacier Mints formed which contained lots of big rocks. Then when the Glacier Mints melted they left the piles of rock all heaped up higgledy-piggledy. Then after centuries of wind and rain (or a couple of days last March which felt much the same) all the soft rocks got eroded and the lose soil got washed away, so that all that was left were the big hard stones piled up on top of each other.
That's the theory but sometimes you'd swear blind that someone must have arranged them like that. (Oh well, at least it keeps the alien conspiracy theorists happy!).
Finally, there's one thing you must do when you are up on the heights and that's enjoy the view. Unfortunately, by the time we had been up hill and down dale bringing you this report it had clouded over so we are afraid that the piccies don't really do justice to the scene. Believe us, it's a cracking view on a clear day.
On the other hoof they are all we've got so here you go:-
And so to bed ... well, work, actually for Jelly. And while he slaved in the kitchen upstairs in the Sloop, the Reporting Team headed downstairs for a well-deserved pint.
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