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Forces of Nature

That’s right. The photo on the left is showing that my leggings are soaked and even the bottom of my shirt is wet. You  will find out later on in this blog, exactly how I managed to get so wet. 1,868 more words

Dorset Walks

Tolpuddle Trundle

Due to it being Easter, I had a couple of additional days off work, which meant I was able to fit in an extra walk. I couldn’t decide where to go, so I just opened my AA book of 50 walks in Dorset and it opened on a 4.5 mile walk around Tolpuddle. 1,471 more words

Dorset Walks

Dog Park Etiquette

There’s nothing I like more than a stroll in the park with The Moog…

The Moog is a 2 year-old boxer who is mad as a box of frogs. 2,400 more words

Agressive

A Blast from the Past

‘We shall return one Day and thank you for treating the village kindly’ This was the note pinned to the church door at Tyneham by the  Sunday school teacher in 1943. 1,564 more words

Dorset Walks

Family day 

I always spend Sunday’s with my family, we have a roast together and play board games.
Today I came round a little earlier and we all went to Milton Country Park for a dog walk, although the weather wasn’t too nice to start with it brightened up a little towards the end of the walk. 21 more words

Sunday

Lenie and Rufus Take a Hike

Rufus, an English Cocker Spaniel, has been a client of mine since he was a four month old puppy.  While we’ve done lots of walks and socialization field trips I have never taken him hiking. 49 more words

Hills and Fears; Views and Tears


I am smiling in this photo, and indeed despite the pain in my calves, my ankles, my knees  and my toe (on top of  a feeling of complete  exhaustion), I did manage to smile through the majority of this walk. 2,126 more words

Dorset Walks