Keep safe!

Keep safe!
You are responsible for your own safety and that of your dog. The walks listed in this blog are not detailed guides. Plan your route! Click the landrover image for safety advice from Bowland Pennine MRT.

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Cornish holidays again

If you thought that the dog had been denied his walkies lately you can rest easy. The last month or so has seen a return to Cornwall for two weeks as well as plenty of trips to Cuerden and our other favourite haunts.

Cornwall was, once again, a great place to visit with the dog. We stayed on a farm near to Polzeath in North Cornwall, just a short drive away from miles of golden dog friendly beaches between Daymar Bay and Rock. The coast around here is spectacular and a trip around the Rumps, with the dog on the lead given the steep cliffs, is also worth doing.

Of course the dog joined us in some great pubs and eating places, eyeing up every crumb of pasty he saw. He also took a liking to waitress' feet on at least one occasion - licking just to see what they tasted like of course. The Blue Peter in Polperro is well worth a visit, as is the fantastic Old Inn at St Breward on Bodmin Moor. Both are happy for your dog to join you in the bar. The Old Inn is really close to the Camel Trail, voted one of the UKs best dog walks last year, and the wilds of Bodmin Moor, so there should be plenty to keep you and your dog entertained.

Roll on next time!

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