East Dart River Tinners’ Hut No.11, very ruinous

Notes: Didn’t have GPS so the NGR location is a total guesstimate. A rectangular tinner-size hut shape that uses a large boulder on the west side as a wall, similar to another  tinners’ hut at nearby Broada Stones. Other sides are created by a lines of rocks to complete the rectangular structure. Deliberate construction using some large rocks but very ruinous and easily overlooked. I could not find a record on HER for this one.

‘Ruby’s Rocks’

Notes: David Isherwood is insistent that these lowly rocks are worthy of a name of sort, so Max Piper asked him to give them one. David’s dog, Ruby, is a professional bog hopper and these rocks are roughly the same height as her!