The dark side of Tregonning Hill

It was a perfect summers day today, to explore the dark or lesser traipsed side of Tregonning Hill. After climbing the summit and visiting the memorial, Louie and I descended into the shadow of the hill into lesser known hobbit grounds, such places called Herland Croft, Tregonning Farm (where a detour had to be enabled to avoid cows and newly born calves), Treworlis Barton, Little Tolmennor a house I fell in love with and finally climbing the ridge again of Tregonning Hill. The views extending over Mounts Bay were out of this world today with the bracken and foxgloves fighting for fame.

 

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