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'Menhir Pres de Trimen'Standing Stone / Menhir
'Pres de la Four Sarrazin'Burial Chamber
'Pres de Treal'Allee-Couverte
'Treal menhir'Standing Stone / Menhir
Airigh MhaoldonuichStanding Stone / Menhir
Andemosehøj Jættestuen i HerslevJættestue
Arles-Fontvieille GroupComplex
BallycrovaneStanding Stone / Menhir
Baronens HøjRunddysse
BenllechBurial Chamber
BerrybraeStone Circle
Boskednan CairnCairn(s)
BronzoStanding Stone / Menhir
CairnfauldStone Circle
Chun CastleHillfort
Ciste de LacamCairn(s)
Clune HillStone Circle
Cosdon HillStone Row / Alignment
Cromlech de Lacam de la RigalderieCromlech (France and Brittany)
Cromlech de Lacam de PeyrarinesCromlech (France and Brittany)
Cromlech de Lacam de Rogues 1Cromlech (France and Brittany)
Crugou and RenongarAllee-Couverte
Deer ParkStone Circle
Deer ParkStanding Stones
Dolmen 1 de Coste-ClaudePassage Grave
Dolmen 2 de Coste-ClaudeDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmen de Coste-RougeDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmen de FlouiracDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmen de GallardetPassage Grave
Dolmen de l'OlivierDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmen de la Bruyère d'UsclasDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmen de la CaucalièreDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmen de la Claie-de-Driolle 2Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmen de la Claie-de-Driolle 3Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmen de la Claie-de-Driolle 4Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmen de la Claie-de-Driolle 6Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmen de PlanasDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmen du BarralDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmen du Chanet No 1Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmen du Ranc d'Aven No 2Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmen du Ranc d'Aven No 3Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Dolmens du Font MejanneComplex
Dolmens du Ranc d'AvenComplex
Dunan MorChambered Cairn
Dysse ved TornbyDyssekammer
Dyssekammer i HerslevDyssekammer
Dyssekammer i KædebyDyssekammer
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Though I'd been interested in both for a long while, I finally got into stones & Cope relatively late in life and at around the same time (mid 90s). I guess my girlfriend at the time has to take the blame. She bought me 'Peggy Suicide' and she used to get those nice megalithic postcards from Mr Julian.

At first, looking at stones seemed just like a good excuse for stomping around in beautiful countryside. Little did I know how much more it would become. And that they're not always in beautiful countryside....

At the time I was living in Tufnell Park in London so started off with a lot of southern stones 'n' bumps, particularly on holidays to Devon, the Lands End peninsula and the west country in general. Since then holidays have become increasingly megalithacentric!

A couple of years later I moved back to Leeds where I lived for much of my adult life (I'm originally from Kent) prompting numerous visits to stones 'n' bumps in places like Derbyshire, Cumbria, N Wales and of course Yorkshire. I now live near Oxford (see 'Life?').

Strangely enough however, my most visited and probably favourite 'stony areas' are Aberdeenshire and Perthshire, though I've been to quite a few all over Scotland. This is again thanks to a (different) ex-girlfriend who comes from Montrose and is the mother of my glorious son Callan, who at the time of writing is 8 years old.

As you may have guessed, Callan is named after Callanish - at the time of his birth this was a long intended but unmade pilgrimage for me. But more of that in my debut weblog!

('Calan' from 'Calanais' just didn't seem to work. And for the older ones here, no, his name has nothing to do with Edward Woodward!)

Currently living just to the north-west of Oxford with the gorgeous Jane (we got married in October 2004) and Seafer (Jane's dangerous 'n' stripey cat).

I travel up to Leeds every few weeks to spend time with Callan.

I'm an editor, but am currently working as a civil servant. Boo!

In a varying order
Stones, vigorous country walking (and the countryside, obviously)
Various music, especially heavy rock and funk
Real ale & real ale pubs
Single malts
Bourbon (of the whisky persuasion - not the biccies)
Red wine
Roast tatties and chips (not usually together)
Most other food that never had a face
F1 racing (weird one, that)
Talking bollocks
Having a good moan

Vital statistics?
Height 5'8"
Chest N/K (large t-shirt size)
Waist 30"
Inside leg 32"
Aged 46 but fighting
Hair Long brown

- Moth
updated 10 November 2009

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