The Hurlers, Minions Moor, Caradon, Cornwall - October 29, 1987
The Hurlers Standing Stones near Minions. The name "Hurlers" derives from a legend, in which men were playing Cornish hurling on a Sunday and were magically transformed into stones as punishment. The "Pipers" are supposed to be the figures of two men who played tunes on a Sunday and suffered the same fate. According to another legend, it is impossible to accurately count the number of standing stones.