THITPIN

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Summary

From Devon to Dorset, the Jurrasic Coast stretches 95 miles. I ventured on a night hike with Barry Cullimore, an experienced and highly knowledgeable Airbnb host (alongside his wife Julia) and experience provider. During the hike, Barry told tales of smugglers and of the constellations, weaving in the art of verbal storytelling and sense of adventure, as we hiked our way through deep set valleys, cliff tops, village lanes and hauntingly beautiful disused quarries. We ended the journey in a local pub, named Square and Compass, in Worth Matravers, where we recorded our conversation...

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More information about Barry and Julia's hosting and experiences: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/users/show/120589343
Specifically about the Night Hike: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/experiences/340288
Geofieldwork Ltd: https://www.geofieldworkltd.com/

Show Notes

From Devon to Dorset, the Jurrasic Coast stretches 95 miles. I ventured on a night hike with Barry Cullimore, an experienced and highly knowledgeable Airbnb host (alongside his wife Julia) and experience provider. During the hike, Barry told tales of smugglers and of the constellations, weaving in the art of oral storytelling and sense of adventure, as we hiked our way through deep set valleys, cliff tops, village lanes and hauntingly beautiful disused quarries. We ended the journey in a local pub, named Square and Compass, in Worth Matravers, where we recorded our conversation.

For Barry, connecting people with the outdoors is his job and passion. Barry was a former manager at Leeson House Field Studies Centre in Dorset and since has set up his own business to provide residential Geography and Geology field study courses in UK, Spain and Andorra for young students. It's clear that he is a teacher that can translate his diverse spectrum of knowledge about the outdoor environment to both adults and children alike. At Thitpin Podcast, I am continually looking to connect with people who really know about the places in which we live/ work/ play, of how our earth has formed and shaped the landscape we know of today. Barry is an exemplar of an interested human being in landscape that have taken the time to accumulate knowledge about our physical environment. Now he is sharing what he has learnt and experienced with everyone around the world!

More information about Barry and Julia's hosting and experiences: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/users/show/120589343
Specifically about the Night Hike: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/experiences/340288
Geofieldwork Ltd: https://www.geofieldworkltd.com/


What is THITPIN?

Thitpin podcast is a fun and exploratory mission to uncover the layers of landscape, our relationship towards it and beyond what we define as our landscape to unearth and connect with people and places, ideas and history thereby connecting ultimately with landscape itself.

Each month brings a range of guests such as, from a monk to an environmental journalist, designers and artists, whose expertise, passion and knowledge will give us all the perspective of what it is like to experience the landscape from their standpoint.

A combination of factual research with intimate, personal and passionate conversations, this podcast is a must listen for curious minds that want to go in depth on a journey of uncovering and exploring the landscape around us.