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Dozmary Pool and King Doniert's Stone 23 August 2014

More brief sunshine on Saturday. Photos from Bodmin Moor at Dozmary Pool and King Doniert’s Stone, which is actually two celtic cross bases, dating from the 9th century.

The Wild Beast of Exmoor (and other places)

When I was a kid in primary school, way back in the early Eighties, in a town on the edge of Exmoor, stories started to appear in local and national media about a so-called “wild beast” that was savaging sheep and frightening people in some of the more isolated communities of the area. 234 more words

Exmoor

Minions Lament - an immersive storytelling experience

Last year, I was chosen as one of a team of six writers to work on an app-based project inspired by the history and landscape of Bodmin Moor.  542 more words

Writing

Sometimes You've Just Got To Breath The Air!

These last few weeks I have been mega busy, for all sorts of reasons.  A real plus is that unusually for a British summer, the weather has been pretty good and as a result I have ridden Harley nearly every day since returning from our last Continental trip! 226 more words

August 2014

The Audiotor project, Minions Lament, an immersive narrative walk, is now launched. Free wi-fi is available at Minions, on Bodmin Moor, to download the app; headphones can be purchased from the Minions Post Office, Shop and Tea Rooms. 82 more words

News

Silly Season and Slippery Stuff

Living in the beautiful County of Cornwall in the South West of England has it’s advantages. For example, we are surrounded by sea, well on three sides anyway! 809 more words

Wordless Wednesday: Staying close to Mum

Bodmin Moor is so beautiful, but seeing this lovely family scene, made it even more so.