Tag Archives: Dartmoor

A Thousand Miles of History XXXXII: An unexpected encounter…

We took to the backroads again, nodding to Drake’s statue as we passed through Tavistock once more and climbing up towards Dartmoor. On our way south, the mists had closed around us completely and we ha seen little more of … Continue reading

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Dartmoor’s Merrivale Settlement Shrouded in Mist ~ Alethea Kehas

Reblogged from Not Tomatoes: “We can do Merrivale,” Larissa had announced after researching the sites of Brentor that were on our drive home. This time we were taking the scenic route to drive through a bit of the park. “We’ve … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History V: Into the mists …

I have always loved Dartmoor. It a place so rich in ancient remains that you could spend a lifetime exploring and never reach the end of it. There is a higher concentration of Bronze Age remains here than anywhere else… … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History IV: Where the earth leads your feet…

While the workshop weekend was officially over, the adventure had only just begun. We said farewell to the Cumbrian contingent, who had a very long drive ahead of them, and the rest of us headed into Dorchester in search of … Continue reading

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