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Johnny D. Whiddon Johnny D. Whiddon from Quincy, Fl wrote on October 4, 2017 at 9:11 pm:
Greetings Tim, Happy was I the day I happened upon this web site. I hope to soon visit the park since I am now retired. Thank you Tim and staff What a pearl I have found. Johnny D. Whiddon
Pete Pete from Gueret France wrote on October 1, 2017 at 11:10 am:
Its Sunday 1st October 2017 and for me the start of 6 months or so of walking the moors, The terrorists (I mean tourists) have gone and invariably I would have the place to myself. That was 10,20,30 years ago! Luckily I have found this web site and can enjoy the moors from afar, thanks Tim and Bon Randonee.
Donna Donna from cornwall wrote on January 21, 2017 at 11:48 am:
hi visited Roborough Trig yesterday,plug is missing very sad as it was in a photo in Dec 2016, having completed ALL the Trigs in cornwall last year its now Devon,
peter northmore peter northmore from launceston wrote on August 23, 2016 at 10:09 am:
Hi Tim. What a great site. just an aside on the dartmoor characters. Would Sammy Harris be a suitable inclusion? Not sure if you know of him but he had a scrap yard at Lettaford up until 1970,s or 80,s. There is a book written by his daughter Peggy, who was brought up on the yard and is worth a read. Peggy could not read or write. She attended an evening class in Exeter and pupils were encouraged to write about their past. Peggy's was so extraordinary that it was published in 2009. I lived in South Tawton in the late sixties-early seventies and remember Sammy from trips to his yard looking for car spares. He also used to frequent the Kings Arms in South Zeal with his pal, Mark Small, a gypsy from Whiddon Down. The Kings Arms was Mark's office and he would frequently get called on the public phone there. Life on a Dartmoor Scrapyard. Peggy Harris. Edgemoor Publishing. I have seen it for sale in The Dartmoor information shops.
M B-Hughes M B-Hughes from Combe martin, N .Devon wrote on July 3, 2016 at 5:15 pm:
What a Fantastic Place to Visit.Will stay A lot Longer and explore more. Need more Puff though..hehe.
Smartieb Smartieb from Plymouth wrote on April 7, 2016 at 10:36 pm:
Not visited for a while so bit shocked to see the new site (in a good way). Not had time to explore fully yet but looks great and a excellent source of information in the past. Just signed up to your mailing list
Neil Handley Neil Handley from Plymouth wrote on April 3, 2016 at 3:59 pm:
Fantastic Dartmoor reference site. Thank you Tim on the page upgrade 😀
Lesley F. Williams Lesley F. Williams from Plymouth wrote on April 3, 2016 at 11:09 am:
Fantastic new site. Always a constant pleasure finding out more about this amazingly diverse area. Really appreciate all the hard work you have done over the years to produce such a fine resource. Thanks. 😄
Tim Sandles Tim Sandles wrote on April 1, 2016 at 1:55 pm:
Welcome to the new and improved Guestbook!
Andrew Robinson Andrew Robinson from Cardiff wrote on March 15, 2016 at 3:26 pm:
Wow, absolutely loving the new site Tim! Great work!

 

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