When one lives in this part of the country, i.e. West Country, there are many rather interesting places to go for walks!
We took leave quickly as we have no idea what mayhem might occur but you know, we were cool! It was the over ebullient labradoodle that caused George and Blaze (both on leads) to be very vocal.
But we have other “ruins” to see … well, it wasn’t so much a ruin. We went to the Badbury Rings – an Iron Age hill fort that was built around 800BC. There are three concentric ramparts of about a mile in circumference. Some of the ditches are more than 60ft deep.
And we found the second trig point in two days! The other was at Win Green – in the distance! We are in search of the third because …
So that was how they go for walks in this part of the world – they get to go to all these historical places to run around – though at Badbury Rings, we were not allowed off leash at this time of year as the sheep were busy grazing.
May’s comments: Much muddied boots later, we’re all the in car going back home – me with four dogs in the back with muddy paws. But boots must need taken care of before entering the house.