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We were sad to leave our wild spot of Cornwall, but we had s perfect day of travel across Dartmoor. Parts of it were wild and isolated. All the Dartmoor ponies had new foals and all the new born lambs were prancing about. The Dartmoor prison looked suitably grey, Victorian and forbidding. We called in to Castle Drogo, a national trust property which had a beautiful garden. Our Lyme ...
... 40 mins for the Aircraft Carrier Experience, after which we went & had some lunch & then resumed our exploration of the Museum.
We were grateful that it was all indoors because once again it was cold & wet, but even indoors I wasn't uncomfortable walking around with a jumper & jacket on.
The day turned out OK, I enjoyed it more than I thought I ...
... and a steep hill opposite which demanded a 2 mile walk up a grassy headland. We did most of the walk, not sure why but might have had something to do with walking off the calories from breakfast. Parking fee in the paddock at the bottom of the hill was £4 for the day. Not sure what you could possibly do for a whole day there, but that didn't seem to matter for the crowds. Onward then ...
As I am away a lot, I don't always get the chance to spend as much time as I would like with my beautiful, crazy dog Murray. And as she loves the sea, sand and just simply spending time together, we thought a family holiday to the seaside was long overdue. A last minute hunt on the Internet by me, found us a lovely little cottage in Wareham Forest, called Sika Lodge, perfect for its back garden forest trails, and also ...
... cottages and stone houses lined up along the street, with little to no footpath between them and the street. So pretty. And the village we are now staying in is more of the same. Although some of the houses only look as if they were built in the last 5 years, they actually have thatched roofs, presumable to retain the visually attractive street frontage.
This evening we walked about half a mile along to the next village, which I think is probably
called Lulworth ...