There are a lot of monoliths lying around- some of them built into walls or re-used as gateposts. A number seem to have been carved to look like phalluses. They could possibly be neolithic.
To find out more about the mythos read this fascinating article- and to find out even more read the book.
As I left the valley a heron rose from the stream below me and wheeled off overhead.
This church- Jenkin Chapel- built in 1733- also features in the bookl.
And so does this stone, which marks the death, by exposure, of the jagger (or pedlar) John Turner.
On one side it reads: Here John Turner was cast away in a heavy snow storm in the night in or about the year 1756
On the other side it reads: The print of a woman's shoe was found by his side in the snow where he lay dead.