Monthly Archives: February 2012

Little Miss Grumpy here

I spent yesterday morning leading a walk around the Dart Valley to look at the archaeological sites and the beautiful views. This link will take you to a posting I wrote about it for work  http://dartmoorpreservation.wordpress.com/ As you will gather the … Continue reading

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Spring is heading towards Dartmoor

Whilst it is still mostly cold and grey up here, there are some signs that Spring is on the way. The snowdrops are flowering in the hedgerows and some early primroses are out too. Down by the Dart the wild … Continue reading

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My Dartmoor birdtable

With the cold weather I’m putting extra food out for the birds. This morning one of the robins was on the bird table before I’d even finished scattering the food for the ground feeders. So far today I’ve had robins, … Continue reading

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Winter comes to Dartmoor

Whilst there is no snow here at the moment I had the most beautiful view this morning going over to Princetown – Hameldown was covered in snow and then as I got over towards Dunnabridge I could see the northern … Continue reading

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