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Travel Blogs from Sturminster Newton
Had a very lazy last morning leaving the site around 11.30am in search of fuel, luckily the local supermarket down the road had plenty ;-). Ooooo there's an Argos let's take the stupid, non working dash cam back, ummmmmm receipt? Nope, still they sent Andy an e receipt, oops they had sent a receipt for a travel adaptor at £6.99!!!!!!! A few expletives later, I explained to the nice lady ...
... Hill. We opted out of climbing that hill as it takes 5.5 hours to go one way, and then as we were going no further we would have had to turn around and repeat the process straight away. Instead we walked into Devizes and back, a distance of about 5km all up. We called in to the Black Horse pub at the top, a delightful pub on the banks of the canal with dogs galore sitting outside. All were cruisy dogs, not bothered about ...
... the towpath for biking, walking, running and it is safe away from roads. When I was in England in 2009 I used to run and bike along these towpaths and just go on the road when necessary. So many families and their dogs walking along the towpath. We made our way to Avoncliff to the aqueduct and navigated that okay. From there we text Richard to let him know we were on our way to the first lock, where he was to meet us to help us through. ...
... and one could eat inside or sit at a table set in the garden. Very attractive. Cam and gelding drove down from Bath with their children to see us which was very nice of them. Had an early night as we wanted to leave early in morning to drive to Ilfracombe by tea ...
... The reptiles have got the message about global warming (!) and were conspicuous by their absence in the icy conditions. A further slow spin through the Forest and a couple of short walks sampling the heathland, woodland and swampy bits of the New Forest. We did see wild ponies and a couple of rampant porkers (pigs) truffling their way through the grass and making a fine mess of things, so I suppose we should be pleased we had seen a few of the delights of the ...