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Foulshaw Moss

Ospreys are the obvious attraction when visiting Foulshaw Moss but I had heard a lot about the work that was happening to restore this site and hoped to find out more. 729 more words


Three weeks, three of the best Scottish hill races.

“Your toe nails, they are not black, you cannot be a runner” said a Belgian lady in the post Jura shower queue sounding heavily offended by my shiny pink toes. 1,746 more words


214 (am) Borth to Tre'r-ddol

This morning I face a dilemma.

I should, according to my rules, start today’s walk where I left off yesterday: in the village of Tre’r-ddol. 827 more words


Saco Heath

We discovered a cool new walking trail on Sunday- the Saco Heath trail. I was looking for something outdoorsy to do, fairly close to home, that wouldn’t be too crowded. 387 more words


Bog perfume

The facecloth sky scrubbed us awake for our slow walk on a boardwalk through a peat bog where we swallowed a whole morning – gluttony for the eyes. 127 more words

Creative Non-fiction

Haunted Ground

Title:  Haunted Ground (Nora Gavin Book 1)
Author:  Erin Hart
Publisher:  Scribner
Publication Date:  2003
ISBN:  978-0-7432-7210-0

Book Summary:
A local farmer discovers a perfectly preserved head of a young woman with red hair as he is cutting turf in an Irish peat bog and the rest of her body is nowhere to be found.  772 more words

Book Series

Mysterious wooden statue found in peat bog is 'twice as old as Stonehenge' - Asia - World - The Independent

A wooden statue pulled from a peat bog in Russia more than a hundred years ago is now believed to be twice as old as Stonehenge. 86 more words

20th Century