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Of wood and stone… Stuart France

* Now, the grandiose is all very well and groovy… * * But reality is often much more mudane… * Continue reading at Stuart France

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An Angelic Canon… Stuart France

* Not to be outdone, our ‘Old Friend’, Kempe, decided to get in on the act. Insisting we ponder again the expedience of canonising angels. * * “Isn’t it obvious,” says Wen, with a twinkle. “Only when you already know.” … Continue reading

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Pressing Time… Stuart France

* * Reblogged from Stuart France

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‘El Drac’… Stuart France

* Geography! Never our strongest suit… * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Callings… Stuart France

* It is entirely possible that this ‘fella’ once stood in a ‘circle’. He now guards a lay-by in an unassuming stretch of Dartmoor, if such a thing can be said to exist. * * Nearby, stands a ‘wayside cross’ … Continue reading

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Hackpen Hill… Stuart France

* Even our ‘elusive barrow’ was bigger than we expected. We couldn’t help being reminded of the Fairy Mine. * * And we would have got a lot closer still but for the seven-foot-tall stinging nettles. Continue reading at Stuart … Continue reading

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‘Aye’ of the day’s eye… Stuart France

* Approaching Avebury in this way we got to side-step the crowds. * * Most of whom had been unceremoniously penned into the Red Lion. * * But it is not about meticulous planning. * Continue reading at Stuart France

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Fringe Benefits… Stuart France

* Another one of those ‘green-worm-holes’ presented itself. * * And we were hardly likely to refuse. * * Continue reading at Stuart France

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The Rock of Brentor… Stuart France

* ‘…A church, full bleak, and weather beaten, all alone, as it were forsaken…’ * “St Michael de Rupe?” “St Michael the Rock.” “I thought St Peter was supposed to be the ‘Rock’?” * * “The rock referred to here, … Continue reading

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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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