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Hi Claire, yes I do and I was very sad to hear about Hazel. I had no idea until I read your post. I use to see John and Hazel at the Wednesday waffle. Hazel didn't fequent it so much as John, but it was always a laugh when Hazel visited. I've shared a cup of tea with them at the house and I think I ...
Dartmoor is covered in snakes. Adders tend to stick close to watery places as one of their favourites foods are frogs,toads and newts. One area that I have seen a lot of adders is down below Cuckoo Rock, Combeshead and Down Tor. Haytor is pretty good as well. April/May is a good time to see them whe...
I am hoping to get some new stamps designed for the summer and I have lost contact with my old stamp makers. I belive K&K have not been heard of for ages. I have heard of Tandy Stamps but what I have heard is conflicting. I am looking for a stamp that doesn't break down to early. Any ideas?
- Tue Feb 23, 2010 8:28 pm
- Forum: Where to stay on Dartmoor
- Topic: Where to stay?
- Replies: 33
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I know a place on Bodmin moor, but no boxes. We are all aware that Dartmoor letterboxes can only be found on Dartmoor, it ain't rocket science is it? Maybe you are not aware that there are just as many letterboxes to be found in the New Forest and yes there are letterboxes on Bodmin Moor. In fact t...
- Sun Oct 07, 2007 12:59 pm
- Forum: Letterboxing
- Topic: Hello From The Tailchaser
- Replies: 8
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Hi all, I have been letterboxing since 1987. I have placed many catalogue and WOM boxes [ mostly ] on the moor. I have had a little break from the boxing, but got back into it during the summer.
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