Sunday, 9 September 2007

Dartmoor: Forest Boundary Walk Log Book

Team Members: Paul Buck, Paul Worthington, Lynn Vivian, Jude Kidd.

Sunday 12th August 2007
08:30 - PRINCETOWN
08:57 - NORTH HESSARY TOR (ALIAM YSFOTHER)
09:12 - RUNDLESTONE
09:50 - GREAT MIS TOR (MYSTOR)
11:08 - WHITE BARROW (WHITABURROW)
11:30 - LIMSBORO'CAIRN (LUNTESBOROWE)
13:42 - RATTLEBROOK FOOT (RAKERNESBROKYSFOTE)
16:14 - RATTLEBROOK HEAD (RAKERNESBROKESHEDE)
16:40 - STENG-A-TOR (LA WESTSOLLE)
18:32 - YES TOR (ERNESTORRE)
19:37 - CULLEVER STEPS (CORNER-VER STEPS)
20:15 - TORS PUB, BELSTONE

Monday 13th August 2007
10:30 - TORS PUB, BELSTONE
11:33 - COSDON (COSDONNE)
12:22 - HOUND TOR (HUNDETORRE)
13:33 - WATERN TOR (THURLESTONE)
14:07 - HEWLAKE FOOT (WOTESBROKELAKESFOTE)
14:59 - LONG STONE (B.S.) (HEIGHSTONE)
16:44 - HEATH STONE (LANGESTONE)
17:17 - HURSTON RIDGE (TURBARY OF ALBERYSHEDE)
17:35 - KINGS OVEN (FURNUM REGIS)
17:42 - WALLABROOK HEAD (WALLEBROKESHEDE)
Slight "delay" at the Warren House Inn!!
19:30 - RUNNAGE FARM

Saturday 8th September 2007
07:30 - RUNNAGE FARM
09:00 - WALLABROOK FOOT (WALLEBROKESFOTE)
09:50 - DARTMEET (DERTAM USQUE DERTAM)
10:24 - O'BROOK FOOT (OKEBROKYSFOTE)
11:47 - DRYLAKE FOOT (DRYEWORKESFOTE)
12:27 - DRYLAKE HEAD (DRYEWORKESHEDE)
12:38 - RYDERS HILL (BATTYSHULL)
12:53 - WESTERN WELLABROOK HEAD (WESTER WELLABROKESHEDE)
14:02 - WESTERN WELLABROOK FOOT (WESTER WELLABROKESFOTE)
15:06 - EASTERN WHITE BARROW (ESTER WHYTEBURGHE)
16:37 - REDLAKE FOOT (REDELAKESFOTE)
17:03 - ERME HEAD FORD (GRYMSGROVE)
18:21 - EYLESBARROW CAIRN (ELYSBURGHE)
18:40 - SIWARDS'S CROSS (CRUCEM SYWARDI)
19:13 - SOUTH HESSARY TOR (YSFOTHER)
19:30 - PRINCETOWN

Saturday, 8 September 2007

Dartmoor: Forest Perambulation Part Three: Runnage to Princetown

Day 3: cobwebs on gorse
Cobwebs on gorse
Foiled by the weather, a month ago, in our attempt to walk the Dartmoor Perambulation in three straight days, we returned, minus Simon and Cat, who had to work. We left Halwill Junction Base Camp early, making the hour journey to Runnage, driving into Dartmoor on a magical morning. With sunshine and mist, the colours were more akin to an African plain!