On the Sunday after the massage course, and a glorious night’s sleep … bliss hearing the occasional bleat rather than 747’s flying overhead on the Heathrow flight path. We had to vacate the adorable cottage by 10am, but actually, as I had decided we were going to have a wonderful walk before setting off back to London, it was good to be out in good time. Looking at my ‘circular pub walks of Exmoor’ book, I found a pub we hadn’t been to before and a matching walk. Happy Days. It was also en route in the right direction for London and not far from the cottage. Driving through pretty Luxborough to start our walk was a gorgeous start to Sunday.
We started off walking through forestry – Betty haring around on squirrel alert and the walk opened out to Luxborough Common at the top – amazing views. Someone had kindly left a picnic chair at a view spot – we took advantage of it.
one that Betty didn’t roll on!
The walk took us a couple of hours and we weren’t going fast – just glorying in our surroundings and breathing fresh air. Needless to say, we needed sustenance at the Royal Oak to set us up for our journey back
The journey was much better on the way home and Betty slept off her walk in the woods.
What a TOP weekend … having a dog makes life infinitely more fun!
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