Chatting to Sue a few days ago, we uncovered a place from her childhood and I said I had been there in the summer, many, many times in fact.
So these pics are for you Sue, sorry there isn’t one of the bridge.
Fingle Bridge is between Drewsteignton and Chagford in the Dartmoor National Park.
There’s lovely circular walk, with some rather steep parts calling at Castle Drogo, the last Castle built in England. You might prefer to paddle in summer, then have lunch at the Fingle Bridge Inn.
Landscapes really aren’t something I’m any good at, but that’s what Amy challenged us to post, so here I go.
Dartmoor, just a little way north of Scorhill circle, and south west of Gidleigh, this is the Wallabrook clapper bridge. As you know, Scorhill is a place I love.
A few weeks before Christmas I posted some photos taken on an afternoon trip to the moor, At the time I said I’d be back with a few more, but then l forgot.
I asked if anyone could guess the location, only Jude would have a vague idea, but she was a few miles out.
Think Hounds of the Baskervilles!
Yes, it’s Houndtor, my favourite place on Dartmoor.Well, one of two, or three!
Or perhaps one of my two favourites.
Last week I was really happy to go on to the moors with my two American friends. I really wish I’d taken my camera, but my phone as always was better than nothing.
late afternoon – after cream tea and the mist was settling.
I wonder if anyone knows where I was?
I’ll post some more in a day or two.