Warrens Farm Bed and Breakfast
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Off we go to our B&B. We are only here one night on route to Portsmouth. In the morning we take a walk down by the sea. They have a nice little pedestrian area where you can stroll along as well. It is another nice day and the dogs are all out playing in the surf. Dogs are prohibited from the beach from May to September, but it is October now and it is play time for puppies.
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... lot of changes to the traffic since we were last here. I remember on
my first visits, thinking how small the freight trucks were. Their equivalent
to our 18 wheeler, was a small truck pulling a trailer that might be 25 to 30
feet long. Now the UK equivalent to our “semi” is every bit as big as you might
find in Canada. The roads aren’t any bigger, but the trucks certainly are. The cars
are also much larger than ...
... large. The lounge was a place where you could sit and read, do a puzzle, play a game or knit. Our hosts even lit a fire for us in the evening to add to the character of the house.
The next day we headed through the Dartmoor Forest. These have the moors going over the hills and are very sparse. Once again the scenery is wonderful and I don't know what we will do back in Hamilton. Ah well we will enjoy it while we ...
Little did I know it would involve an hour and a half walk up a cliff and through jungle like terrain. Okay, so I might be exaggerating a little. But, for somebody who doesnt consider themselves a mountaineer, or sporty person of the likes at all, this was a definite trek. By the end of it I was definitely craving beer, and my legs felt like I may wake up looking similar to Arnold Schwarznegger.
It was long, treacherous, steep and covered in all sorts ...
We decided to ‘freedom’ camp in Paignton, there was a convenient carpark along the Esplanade with a space down the end big enough to accommodate The Mothership and a short walk to the Flagship Pub where we’d arranged to meet the Angell’s. The kids were excited to see the sea and ran up and down the beach throwing seaweed at each other and letting off steam.
We’d caught up with Lee in London last week but hadn’t ...