National Geographic : 1935 Apr
VISITORS FROM THE ANTIPODES TRAMP THROUGH CORNWALL "Do you live here?" these girl hikers near Bude were asked. "Half a world away-either way" was the reply of these Australian members of the Youth Hostels Association, which provides walkers with accommodation for one shill ing a night. Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams PREHISTORY AND THE PRESENT, PICTURED ON DARTMOOR Little is known of the origin ofthe burial chambers, the stone circles, and the avenues lined with strange monoliths found inDevon. Some menhirs, such as this one between Chagford and Post Bridge, were carved into crude crosses by the Christianized Celts.