|Trig point on Sheen Hill|
At the top the wind was very gusty and almost knocking you off your feet, nice to see the trig point and get something to hold onto.
The views unfortunately were obscured by the mist and low cloud but still impressive.
After a short time at the trig point we slowly got back down and followed a country road back towards the car. We found a quiet spot for our breakfast sheltered out of the wind and guess what we could see the sunlit top of Sheen Hill, bloody typical, why wasn't like that when we were up there?
Anyway we just followed the footpaths back to the village.
See you next week
Sheen vicarage by William Butterfield (1814-1900)
|Just right for a DIY job|
|This is an old gatepost, just look at the grooves, presumably to lift out the gate|
|On the slopes of Sheen Hill|
|Hanging onto the trig point|
|Unfortunately the views were restricted by the weather.|
|On the way back down|
|Very inventive bird scarer made up of knives and forks|
|Breakfast stop with Sheen Hill in the background|
|Sitting having breakfast when there was this big girlie scream, it was just Ike found a little spider|
|Sheen Village Cross. The base is probably medieval and the cross circa 1850|
|A lot of very old tombs in the church yard|
|St. Luke's Church|