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dogs, woods and an estuary .


By sandra


The wind finally stopped today after blowing a hooley for the last few weeks. It wasn’t sunny but with the wind dropping it felt much warmer.
With Daughter Lilly working nights this week, we took her pup Rollie and 2 of our terriers Blod and Reggie for a walk in the woods…

We took them to a very muddy path as there are very rarely any other dogs so they can run and run to their hearts content…

Rollie couldn’t keep up with the others for long but he gave it a good go…

As you guys can see the autumn is in full glory here in Pembrokeshire..

There wasn’t a breath of air under the trees, is was chilly with the first signs of winter. As we walked the sound of the leaves under our feet was lovely in the dry areas but our path was blocked in places where it was ankle deep mud…

We changed our route and went up hill where it was drier. It was worth the climb for the view.

Time for a quick drink and then the bonding session was over. They are soo good out and about but still a little grumpy in the house sometimes. But hopefully a few more walks like this and they will be best friends soon…:-)

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Hi Sandra ..
Lovely dogs ... super scenery ..
thanks for sharing your walk :o)

15 Nov, 2013


Happy dogs :o)))

15 Nov, 2013


lovely :-) thank you!

15 Nov, 2013


Glorious views lovely blog.❇❇❇

15 Nov, 2013


Now that is what I would call a great place to go for a walk. Looks amazing, lovely to see the dogs playing and enjoying themselves all together. :O)

15 Nov, 2013


thank you....never imagine this place is sandwiched between 2 refineries and a power station...

15 Nov, 2013


I'm yearning for a walk now, lol, its a dull day here though so thanks for sharing yours Sandra......

16 Nov, 2013


Are there refineries on your side of the estuary or did you go round? Would love to do that walk sometime.

16 Nov, 2013


they are on both sides of the river Stera. You would never know they were there from in the woods. I'm on the pembroke side if the tide is out on this walk, you can walk further out and see Milfordhaven on the other side....

16 Nov, 2013

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