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Edited Sep 06, 2017, 15:16
Re: Cherished solitude
Sep 06, 2017, 15:13
Moss wrote:
"I suppose what I want to say is TMA the Rough Guide to the Megaliths?"

I'm not able to listen to the 'Costing the Earth' piece at the moment as it seems you have to register an account with the BBC (haven't got time just now). I wouldn't call TMA a Rough Guide, though have found it incredibly useful as a resource. I usually try to plan my visits out of season - May is great for Scotland as you have long hours of daylight and no midges. True it can sometimes be a bit chilly but at least not too busy. Had a week in West Cornwall in April a few years back. Very memorable - it was the week all aircraft had been suspended due to the Icelandic volcano eruption so the skies were clear and blue. Sat at Boscawen-un on a sunny afternoon watching a ghostly moon overhead.

Make it special - go out of season.
Ps: Sorry to read about the stoats.

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