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A Thousand Miles of History XXXXI: Second time lucky…

Three days and countless ancient places earlier, our attempts to visit the Cheesewring with Alethea and Larissa had been thwarted by the roiling mists of Bodmin Moor. Mists or not, we were determined to try again on our way home, … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XXXVI: The Templars and the lawless church…

Our hotel the previous night had been just off the main highway across Bodmin Moor… a perfectly good modern road that would take us where we wanted to be by a fast and direct route. We were never going to … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XXXIV: A haunt of ghosts and smugglers

  Image: ‘Self’ at Wikipedia GNU 1.2 It was dusk when we arrived at our hotel. Between rush hour, such as it is in Cornwall, and my refusal to believe that a sign reading ‘museum’ was really a sign for … Continue reading

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Weathering?… Stuart France

* If Giants… * * Could construct… * * Balance-Stones… * * They would look a little like this… * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Weather! … Stuart France

* Getting to the Hurlers proved easy enough… * * Clustered, as they were, around the extremities of Bodmin Moor… * * But the weather closed in… * * Almost as soon as we set foot to turf… * Continue … Continue reading

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