By: Blonde One
Anything goes on a Monday so, as you all head back to work, here’s something a little bit Blonde and a little bit outdoors to get you thinking.
Boundary Stones (marked BS on the map and causing some giggles amongst teenagers) are sometimes a useful navigation feature. They are not always where you expect them to be however so be careful.
Most of the time the Dartmoor boundary stones stand upright at approximately a metre (ish) high. Sometimes their inscriptions are still visible but often the weather has worn them away. This boundary stone is different in that it lies flats on the ground. It is lovely and often overlooked I suspect.