A Boot Up Exmoor

This book describes in an easy to follow narrative ten walks found throughout Exmoor National Park.

A Boot Up Exmoor

Author: Mike Hesman

Publisher: PiXZ Books

ISBN: 9780857100870

Page: 64

View: 468

This book describes in an easy to follow narrative ten walks found throughout Exmoor National Park. Suitable for all ages they will give hours of pleasure and enjoyment. A selection of photographs show some of the landscape that the walks pass through and small snippets of information are highlighted in box form to inspire research and exploration.

London Society

The hunters want a boat, but perhaps it is an hour or two before a boot cau be
procured. In the meantime some hateful ship is ... It must be owned that at one
time Exmoor fully deserved a very evil repute. At one time a daring gang of
robbers ...

London Society

Author: James Hogg

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 517

THE EXMOOR TRILOGY

... get into the back garden. We've got a few things from the balcony. Dirt from the
garden; sand and some other dirt that doesn't match what's in the garden or in the
planters; a bit of rubber, maybe from the sole of a boot or shoe, and two hairs, ...

THE EXMOOR TRILOGY

Author: Paul Stuart

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1326835289

Page: 588

View: 294

Paul Stuart's 3 Exmoor novels are presented in one superb hardback collection. This is a limited edition of only 100 copies. Experience the magic of Exmoor and be prepared for huge surprises along the way. The plot races along and almost every page raises an eyebrow.

Slow Devon and Exmoor

By car, you can load up your boot;if you're cycling, you may prefer to use their
mail order service. Their Jack Ratt cider and scrumpy are named after the
notorious West Country smuggler Jack Rattenbury. Burrow Farm Gardens EX13
7ET B ...

Slow Devon and Exmoor

Author: Hilary Bradt

Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides

ISBN: 1841623229

Page: 274

View: 625

One of three launch titles in the new Slow series of regional UK guides from two of the UK's most distinctive travel publishers: Bradt and Alastair Sawday. Travel slowly and sustainably with Hilary Bradt, founder of Bradt guides and a resident of Devon, as she takes you on a personal 'slow' tour of Devon and Exmoor. Connect with the people, places, environment and heritage of this spectacular part of the country and discover for yourself the unsung delights, well known sights, wildlife, coast and countryside - not to mention the foibles of the locals - in this truly unique guide. Topping it off is an enticing selection of accommodation from the inimitable collection of Alastair Sawday.

A Little History of Exmoor

On the occasions of driving the forest , each suitor or his deputy had to turn up
mounted on a good horse . The startingpoint ... There must have been good team
work amongst these men of Withypool and Hawkridge , and hard riding to boot .

A Little History of Exmoor

Author: Hope L. Bourne

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 180

View: 607

Lorna Doone a Romance of Exmoor

and she set her little boot across the basin, and crushed it. 'Not another drop shall
they have from you. Is Annie such a fool as that? ... What has he been brought up
for?' 'Brought up for slaying and murdering. Twenty doctors killed King 385.

Lorna Doone  a Romance of Exmoor

Author: R. D. Blackmore

Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

ISBN: 1425048420

Page: 400

View: 981

This is an illustrious historical romance set in the backdrop of the Monmouth Rebellion in the 17th century during the reign of Charles II. John Ridd and his family are threatened by the Doones, the family of outlaws. The young boy explores a new world and meets a beautiful girl with whom he falls in love. The twists and turns of the plot and striking landscapes of Badgworthy valley are pleasant.

Exmoor Memories

wife from their respective situations threw themselves into the breach. ...
Oftentimes, too, he would beat time with a hob-nailed boot upon the stone floor,
contributing thereby quite a novel ... They rarely, however, 62 EXMOOR
MEMORIES.

Exmoor Memories

Author: Arthur Granville Bradley

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 240

View: 147

Railways Round Exmoor

Time has allowed the trees to arch over the site of the line so thoroughly that it is
virtually invisible . The gauge is the unusual one ... The trick was to put your
Wellington boot on the top of the rails and use it as a brake ... An enormous
amount of ...

Railways Round Exmoor

Author: Robin Madge

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 73

View: 461

Snow and Storm on Exmoor

The Boot and Bridge Inns were badly damaged . Living in ... Within twelve hours
came an official announcement that the Government would consider making
grants - in - aid of up to 100 per cent to local authorities for reconstruction work in
the ...

Snow and Storm on Exmoor

Author: Jack Hurley

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 64

View: 832

The Doones of Exmoor

I have always been an admirer of Lorna Doone ; and ' girt John Ridd's ' struggle
with the Doones of Exmoor took strong hold of ... Somerset , and who now takes
up his pen to consider the evidence as to the actual existence of the band of
robbers that figure so largely in Lorna Doone . ... Bristol Times and Mirror , “
Whether the Doone family ever existed as freebooting squatters on Exmoor , or
only in the ...

The Doones of Exmoor

Author: Edwin John Rawle

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 75

View: 798

Great British Bike Rides

EXMOOR ENGLAND'S HARDEST RIDE 2 EXMOOR RAISES IIS HAND Every
year a raft of British cyclists migrate ... "We don't have any extended climbs with
alpinescenery to boot', they say. ... Porlock Hill and the climb up to Exmoor Forest
.

Great British Bike Rides

Author: Dave Barter

Publisher: Vertebrate Publishing

ISBN: 191024080X

Page: 300

View: 664

FREE DOWNLOADABLE GPX ROUTE FILES Great British Bike Rides is a celebration of British road cycling. Author Dave Barter brings together forty of the best road rides in England, Scotland and Wales, searching out the country’s most celebrated routes, toughest climbs and most scenic roads. The rides are challenging, they are adventurous, and they are quintessentially British – tackle the gradients of the classic Fred Whitton in the English Lake District; pit yourself against fearsome climbs inspired by the Dragon Ride in Wales; and feast upon Scotland's stunning scenery following wild roads through Assynt and across Skye. Already a fanatical cyclist, author Dave Barter packed in his job and hit the road, embarking on a 9,000-mile tour of Britain to bring together the best riding the country has to offer. His cycle routes are devised specifically for this book, enchaining unforgettable climbs, quiet roads and stunning scenery. Each ride is accompanied by detailed route information, bespoke mapping and a statistical breakdown including every detail the committed cyclist requires. The book is complemented with a set of downloadable GPX files to further aid navigation. Join the cycling revolution and discover the best road cycling in Great Britain.

Exmoor s Industrial Archaeology

Wanted , At a New Yard set up near Minehead in Somerset , A Person that
understands making and burning ( with ... Tanning As late as the nineteenth
century , most villages had their bootmaker and many also had a tanner to supply
him with ...

Exmoor s Industrial Archaeology

Author: Michael Atkinson

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 160

View: 994

Scott and Sebright

The time of nuts was not yet come , and it was rather exasperating to see them
brush the gig with their clusters as we toiled up the rutty lanes . ... Molton Ridge ,
and then the long dark line of forest wall bade us welcome to Somerset , and the
pony glories of its Exmoor hills . ... the mountain land , while the farm is making
beef and mutton below , and supporting the Taunton sale lot of that autumn to
boot .

Scott and Sebright

Author: Henry Hall Dixon

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 418

View: 156