Some would argue Roy, but I believe Bodmin Moor is just as good for sites as Dartmoor (if not better!). It is far more accessible and every journey is full of interest. Dartmoor is a fantastic space but can be a little empty in between sites.
Enjoying your fieldnotes....
Did you get to Leaze?
I envy your knowledge of the moor Mark as it is a wonderful place to be on for sure. My only real experience of it until relatively recently since living in Cornwall has been in the Minions/Craddock Moor/Cheesewring areas where I often take clients who have been on a sheepdog training course with me for a stroll with their dogs. I also spend a fair bit of time at Trethevy which fascinates me and I reseach a lot. I have spread my wings somewhat as my fieldnotes indicate and am spending a lot of time up the northern end which I am enjoying immensely. I prefer to research more than just pay a casual visit and take plenty of detail, something not always included in my fieldnotes as they would go on forever :-)
I've left fieldnotes on my trip to the Leaze area circles on the same day as I did KAH, but to answer your question, no, I didn't get to actually stand amongst the main Leaze circle because as you know it is on private land (well enclosed and farmed land anyway) but did take pix with a zoom lense. I am going to make enquiries at Leaze farm and see if they'll grant me permission to enter. After my run in with the guy at Fernacre I think I'll behave this time even though I'm sure I could have entered undetected!!
Below is one of the pix I was able to take. Leaze 'looks' a lot different to the other circles in the area Mark doesn't it. Heavier chunkier upright stones and no triangular ones it would seem so plenty of room for thought there.