|Veiw from Coneys Castle toward Pilsdon Pen and Lewesdon Hill - by Derek Harper [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons|
"As much a kin as Lenson-hill to Pillsen-pin.
That is, no kin at all. It is spoken of such who have vacinity of habitation or neighboarbood, without the least degree of consanguinity, or affinity betwixt them For these are two high hills, the first wholly, the other partly in the parish of Broad Windsor. Yet the sea men make the nearest relation between them, calling the one the cow the other the calf; in which forms it seems they appear first to their fancies, being eminent sea marks."
Map - Pilsdon Pen
Map - Lewesdon Hill