Welcome to Dartmoor

I spoke to Graham this morning and it sounds like it was a freezing night. He was snug in his sleeping bag but waking up this morning it felt like around -2 degrees. He packed up and headed out without brushing either his hair or teeth so as to get his circulation going. He has since attended his coiffe and his dental hygiene, you’ll be pleased to know.

The ice on his tent has melted but a soggy tent is not great fun so he may try to check into a pub or B & B tonight. He’s enjoying everyone’s comments and support so keep them coming.


2 thoughts on “Welcome to Dartmoor

  1. Anonymous

    KERRIEANNE, I am reading your Graham’s long walk and it is very interesting, must be some very uncomfortable times. Scenery is beautiful. Will keep up with the posts, love Moy.

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