I like OmniFocus. A lot. The sync service works really well. It didn’t seem quick, but it was reliable, and seemed to remain reliable when the connection wasn’t great. That’s handy when I’m syncing my iPhone on the way in to Tesco – the signal isn’t very good there, but I need my shopping list […]
We only visited Tavistock briefly, too late for much to be open. It seemed like a nice town, though, and worth returning to. We saw an old Ford on the way there, and an old Italian police motorbike in the car park there. The toilet in the town hall looked most surprised to see me. We ate at The Original Pasty House, which was very good – tasty food at decent prices.
There was a rocky hill and a place to park in the wilds of Dartmoor. For some reason, I had the urge to pull over and clamber up the hill. It was very windy. Got some nice pics, though, so it was all worth it.
We were about here:
We stopped here on our way across Exmoor. Nice place. Has ponies.
Ponies, moorland, and a view out across the sea to Wales. What more could you want?
There are a couple of panographs in there, both made with PanoEdit. The original of the larger one is a 45Mb JPEG file, so it can certainly handle big images.