Our day out and our first stop did not start in Wells. In fact, our first stop was not far from there, approximately 11 miles, in a smallish village named Axbridge. This is where we caught up with Debs from DebsWorld and the Mathematician. It was a pleasure to spend time with them both. Catching… Continue reading The Smallest City in England – WELLS
Let's face it, Clevedon is indeed not all about a pier and Victorian buildings. Somerset is a county sometimes overlooked though it certainly repaid our visit with a bucket load of glorious vistas. Its name is derived from a ‘land of the summer people’. Somerset has heritage, myths and legends. Oh, did I mention the endless sunshine?… Continue reading The Coastal Walk – Clevedon
It's 5 am, our alarm has gone off.
Our last lovable dogs were Abe and Lou two energised siblings from a small village in North Yorkshire. Full of character and their all-time favourite activity while out walking is to stalk each other. That is one way of viewing it, the other would be that they are fine-tuning their herding skills, as they are both… Continue reading Abe and Lou
What would a dog and his carers wish for on a spring day?
It was a sunny Thursday morning, with a strong bitterly cold wind, the sort that rattles your bones and teeth all at the same time. We are tough, we can handle it. Fudge was eager to read some more DNA from the last visiting dog along the walkway. Let's hit the road and head to… Continue reading Tulips and Fudge
We did it in style, with a trip to the seaside and making daisy chains. Three of the awesome foursome walking team The low tide went out at least 1/2 km if not more! The iconic French takeaway, when we returned it was surrounded by people, we were not one of them, too early and… Continue reading Our last HOORAY (Part 2)