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At Loggerheads

Posted by Don Johnson on January 14, 2009 at 18:38

With reference to the phrase 'to be at Loggerheads' this originated in a small village called Loggerheads, in Wales, on the road between Mold and Ruthin, in which there were two families who could not decide on a land border and were constantly 'at Loggerheads' and there is a statue at the side of the main road that marks the boundary of their two estates.