They say never work with children and animals, I personally love working with both and today I’m sharing a personal day out with our two (now three) adorable pups and my youngest daughter (who you will see has become somewhat camera shy of late).
Looking out of my office window this afternoon on what is supposed to be a beautiful spring afternoon, it looks and feels more like late autumn with the constant rain and dark skies and yet only a few months ago (on what can only be described as a freak day) I was in Lulworth on the beautiful Dorset coast with the sun blazing down as we walked the coastal path to Durdle Door.
I wasn’t quite prepared for the length and steepness of the walk I must confess, it was longer than I remembered but of so worth it, and even better now that they have new steps down to the Durdle Door side of the beach, no more vertigo defying steps thank god. The pups where in heaven running along the beach, running away from the waves (they hate the sea) and generally having fun, although I think our little Ava (black one) who is all mouth and no trousers and scared of her own shadow was making a few people nervous with her ridiculous bark ( forever our proctor until she runs up my legs) .
Deciding to head to the other side of the beach, ( more steps up and down), it was even more beautiful, not so many people, stunning rock formations and rock pools and the pups were even asked for a selfie be a passing stranger!
Our sweetie Lottie and Ava adored the long walk as you will see, a truly lovely day out even if one pup did decide she needed carrying on the way back.
We finished up with ice cream and a quick look at the Lulworth Cove beach before the wind decided to pick up, the coats went back on ( march is possibly too cold for ice-cream outside) and the pups were ready to drop. A reminder that our UK coastline is spectacular.
If you would like a documented day out drop me a line.