Not a promising start, the rain bouncing off the roof of my long kennel convinced me it was the day for a lie in. I think my owners and M&D were convinced too. No body stirred for quite some time. Eventually, my bearded one crept in to see me and we agreed, as the rain had eased off a bit, that we should give the walk a go. I am so pleased we did as I was bursting and the rain stopped and the sun came out. They had already decided when we returned that a hearty breakfast was a good start for this day, (I got a doggy chew) as there were 24 locks and several miles ahead of us on our descent from Lapworth to a place called Wooton Wawen!. They felt they needed sustenance. This is a very pretty part of Warwickshire having left Birmingham suburbs far behind and I walked pretty well all of it today with my long haired one. The sun shone mostly with only a short recurrence of the rain in bursts. On arrival, we met up with my long haired one’s daughter Fiona and her family for supper at The Navigation. I say we but of course, I was not included, I got to look after the long kennel. I don’t mind this responsibility and anyway, I was exhausted at the end of this mammoth walk. We saw something interesting, a car up a tree, (my photo), I am still wondering how it got there, very strange…..
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