Managed to finally do this ride again, and both on manual bikes!
I am truly disgusted with the attitude of certian people either living in the region or coming into it, after 23 weeks of lock down locals ( for one ) and visitors for sure where looking forward to enjoying out… Read More
Ok, not so even daily(ish!) things have been a tad mad here with the Moore family! Anyway, this photo is on the East Dart looking up at Sandy Hole Pass
Ok, now I am really quite missing getting on to Dartmoor, so I’m going to pick a random picture and post here. First one is …
Well, time has finally come I think to decomission my 2007 MacPro ( of which I have flogged for years now! ). All its ‘joints’ are aching and it’s constantly making nasty loud wirring sounds when on. So let the… Read More
A big thanks to DNP for fixing the bridge that’s part of the granite and gears track, the bridge has been out for a long while, but DNP and team have done a fab job in repairing it, thanks!!! Below… Read More
I’m just going to compile a list of resources here that may be of help / use. I shall revisit and update this post as much as I can. Torbay Support sheet / NAS Devon / South Devon Aspergers Group… Read More
I was hoping my first post in here after a rather long break would have been a tad more positive, however the Granite and Gears track that runs from Princetown down to Burrator is STILL in disrepair. The bridge just… Read More
Originally from https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/blog/2019/03/magnetic-north-continues-its-march-to-the-east/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_term=&utm_content=&utm_campaign=99b1872a-dc50-4aa0-a4b1-1a4137347862 As expert map readers will know, when you’re out and about navigating with a compass, there is a difference between magnetic north (where the compass points) and grid north (the vertical blue grid lines shown on OS… Read More
Slightly marred by the bridge near Burrator still closed, I shall rant to those in charge about that though.