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June 10, 2006


Originally uploaded by Robynls.
In my previous entry I wrote about our stay at Headland Warren Farm on Dartmoor. Across the road, just above the farm house is this beautifully preserved megalithic village known as Grimspound.

Diana walked with me here one evening, early in our stay, after she had finished her day's work. On this walk we were accompanied by her dogs Heron and Hookie who we might meet in this a little later. In this photograph can be seen the lower wall of one of the hut circles in the village. The stone wall would have had a teepee style roof made from reeds. In the distance the stone wall of the village can be seen.

The village is located in a saddle just below a hill known as Hookney Tor.

Posted by robynls at June 10, 2006 3:08 PM

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I love your postcards. What a great idea! More please!

Posted by: Debara Torbenson at June 11, 2006 2:10 AM

This is a cool blog too! The megalithic village is fascinating! it really gets the imagination going!

Posted by: Virginia Wieringa at July 29, 2006 12:19 PM

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