Hello! Here I am above Widecombe-in-the-Moor showing my Dartmoor 2022 Calendar. Click on read more to watch the short clip, when ordering more than one be sure to click on the correct button underneath the calendar to get your discount! Thank you for your support! :)
This film clip records our journey from Lydford Castle situated on the western fringe of Dartmoor, through the village and across the River Lyd, which we followed northwards skirting the army firing ranges to East Okement Farm. The highest farm on Dartmoor where we camped the night.
Day 3 - Princetown to Lydford following the old railing which transported granite, passing by Foggintor Quarry, Merrivale and Great Staple Tor to Lydford. Keep an eye out for our journey across Dartmoor Day 4 coming soon!
Tracey Elliot-Reep Dartmoor International photographer, author and motivational speaker makes a six day journey across and around Dartmoor with a friend and her Highland and Dartmoor ponies. This is Day 2 leaving from the old clapper bridge at Dartmeet, crossing the West Dart to Holne Moor, to Hexworthy and then crossing over the River Swincombe, following along some ancient routes to Burrator Reservoir.
This short clip is about Ruach the promised foal, who Yoanna my mare gave birth in late May. Several years ago I travelled with Yoanna and Ermis, two ponies I bought near Athens across Greece, northern Italy, over the European Alps through Switzerland and then south through France, over the Pyrenees and across Northern Spain to Santiago and Finistere. I promised them I would take them home to the green grass of England and against the odds, I got them home to Dartmoor, but as I had no grazing I loaned them out. I had no idea Yoanna was in foal and months later she had a surprise foal which sadly died. I promised her when I had land I would let her have another foal. Ruach is her promised foal.