For those of you who don't know Dartmoor, it is a beautiful, wild part of Devon. When our third child was just a few months old we moved from Cornwall to Devon. Both counties are beautiful and thankfully we have family living in both so we get to visit regularly. My mother moved from Devon to a little village on the edge of Dartmoor and so when our four children were growing up we spent many a time exploring this amazing countryside. Visits are great in all weathers, the Summer time brings opportunity to stop and picnic and paddle in shallow rivers, the Autumn brings diverse colours and wild weather that follows into the Winter when on the rare occasion we may experience snow. Then comes the Spring when the plants begin to bloom and visitors can stop and watch lambs prancing and Dartmoor ponies with their young. Walkers and cyclists are at home on Dartmoor, there are tors to climb and villages to visit for a cream tea.
I am glad that now my Grandchildren get to visit Dartmoor, explore the land and be blessed