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Bosporthennis 'Beehive Hut' (Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork) (click to view fullsize)

<b>Bosporthennis 'Beehive Hut'</b>Posted by Mr Hamhead

Duloe (Stone Circle)

<b>Duloe</b>Posted by Mr Hamhead

Helman Tor Menhir (Standing Stone / Menhir)

<b>Helman Tor Menhir</b>Posted by Mr Hamhead

Lesquite Quoit (Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech)

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Bury Down (Hillfort)

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Dodman Point (Cliff Fort)

<b>Dodman Point</b>Posted by Mr Hamhead<b>Dodman Point</b>Posted by Mr Hamhead

Carn Creis Barrows (Round Barrow(s))

<b>Carn Creis Barrows</b>Posted by Mr Hamhead<b>Carn Creis Barrows</b>Posted by Mr Hamhead

Showery Tor (Ring Cairn)

<b>Showery Tor</b>Posted by Mr Hamhead<b>Showery Tor</b>Posted by Mr Hamhead

Stowe's Pound (Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork)

<b>Stowe's Pound</b>Posted by Mr Hamhead

Langstone Downs Cairns (Cairn(s))

<b>Langstone Downs Cairns</b>Posted by Mr Hamhead<b>Langstone Downs Cairns</b>Posted by Mr Hamhead<b>Langstone Downs Cairns</b>Posted by Mr Hamhead
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Mr Hamhead started as a doodle on a scrap of paper many years ago.....then he became a submariner in a series of poems that I am writing. When I needed a name for this site he just sort of popped up.
In the real world I go under the far less interesting title of Mark Camp, keen walker, historian and tourist guide.
I am lucky enough to live in Cornwall, a mile from the south coast and within half an hours drive of Bodmin Moor. Hence the sites I have contributed.
My first love up on the moors (and Cornwall in general) is industrial history, but you are never far from a lump of granite and through research for walks I have become interested in all things ancient.
It has helped that I have been listening to Mr Cope since buying Reward as a young student and have followed his career from the far west where musicians seldom come to play.
As I have said before on the site, if any TMA contributors are in the area and fancy a walk on the moor, get in touch, I will be happy to share my knowledge of everything the moor has to offer.

oh yes ..my website is at http://www.walkaboutwest.co.uk

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