A damp day and not much chance of it clearing enough to do a decent walk on Dartmoor with the boys. I figured that I would take the opportunity to head to Becky Falls (yep there’s a cost to get in) and tick the Dartmoor 365 box to say I’ve been. To be honest there’s not much in there and the boys were perhaps 5 years older than ideal for the place. But its better than sitting in the house and staring at screens, and to be honest if you feed them a pasty and some cake from a cafe then they are happy. There’s a couple of walks you can do (red and blue routes), we did both of them as it didn’t take too long. As with all waterfalls these are best visited after heavy rains (perhaps March/April time or October), when we visited it was barely a trickle, but we enjoyed the red route walk which cascades down over rocks, boulders and tors to the lower water trickle. Another box ticked which left me with 3 more squares to do on the Dartmoor 365 map, plus a few tors which aren’t on my list but have been named by the previous owners of the attraction.