A great blog of a walk around part of the National Trust’s upper Plym property
Yet again the weather has been against me and the chances to get out have been fleeting, after a calm Sunday morning I looked out the window and noticed that it hadn’t rained!! Time for a walk. Nothing too far, a couple of miles, but enough to remove the cobwebs. Trowlesworthy Warren used to be a rabbiting area, from medieval times to the 1950s rabbits were bred here and in a number of other warrens nearby. There are a couple of easy tors to visit as well making it a simple but rewarding hour out of the house.
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