A set of 12 cat stamps in the Lyd Valley was my target for my last trip to the moor. After years of searching for and finding letterbox stamps dedicated to dogs, it was unusual, but not at all unwelcome to spend the day searching for a series of cats.
The weather was showery, but not cold. The wind was forecast to be strong, but was not bearing inhibitive. I parked at Nodden gate, as the farmers were bringing sheep off the moor near the (now very closed) Dartmoor Inn, and car entry was a no-no. The track, for your information, behind the Fox and Hounds pub has become rutted and must be treated with care when driving.
The boxes were relatively easy to find, and followed the well known path up the river, then back further up he hillside, taking in all the features along the way. Autumn sunshine lent the scene a warm glow, and eventually, even Great Links appeared from out of the gloom too.