Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Ruddy Cleave – no I’m not being rude.

The Ruddycleave is one of Dartmoor’s smaller rivers, in fact I’m not sure if it even qualifies as a river, but it was very popular today. We took advantage of the dry conditions to walk up the Rippon Tor side … Continue reading

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A Midsummer’s day stroll on Dartmoor

Today was a perfect summer’s day and I had to go to Widecombe-in-the-Moor so headed up to the top of Widecombe Hill, parked the car and set off for Bonehill Rocks, with our dog Rocky. The stroll along the spine … Continue reading

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A pack of stoats take a trip

Driving to work this morning across Dartmoor I spotted something small,dark and moving on the road ahead of me. It was just at a point where the road runs between two stone walls, between two stretches of open moorland. At … Continue reading

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