Sylnmouth

This commercial port has been the entry way to the county for centuries.  Now it is a large modern dockyard, but its history is evident in its colourful fishermen houses piled upon the low cliffs that surround the harbour. Advertisements

Travels through Farynshire: Ale and sausages

These travelblogs were written by Mabel Govitt before all the changes in Rookpot.  I’m going to continue to publish them as a reminder of what joy Farynshire once was, and the hope it can  be again.                                                                                                                Ammaceadda It’s called…

Travels through Farynshire: Dameg Square

These travelblogs were written by Mabel Govitt before all the changes in Rookpot.  I’m going to continue to publish them as a reminder of what joy Farynshire once was, and the hope it can  be again.                                                                                                                Ammaceadda   The…

Travels through Farynshire: The first post

These travelblogs were written by Mabel Govitt before all the changes in Rookpot.  I’m going to continue to publish them as a reminder of what joy Farynshire once was, and the hope it can  be again.                                                                                                                Ammaceadda   So…

Port Tropsog

The northern most town in Farynshire. A port known for fishing, boatbuilding, damp and mushrooms. Due to the many rocky outcrops it has not developed into a modern harbour like Sylnmouth. Traditionally, Tropsoggians pride themselves on their no-nonsense approach to…