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A walk through Sheba Woods

A frosty, sunny morning today and we went for a walk through Sheba Woods.

Being a Good Dog and Coming back: Rosie Style.  Rosie is being very good at the moment. I am trying not to count on it, but she does seem happier and more confident too.  Perhaps she's getting old.

.... and Brythen style. Definitely not getting old!  At least he's good about not actually cannoning into me.  I was supposed to be meeting with a friend for a walk this morning, only her dog ran into her leg and left her unable to walk any distance, so she cried off!

Looking out to Dartmoor beyond the woods.

I love his expression.

Crossing the Brook.  I'm not sure what this construction is.  Something to prevent flooding?  A mining relic?  I have no idea.  It seems too narrow to have been designed as a bridge, but Rosie loves it.  She always wants to go that way.

A much more amateur effort in the bridge department.  We crossed it though, to get back across the stream.

We forded this last time we came here, instead of using the Bridge of Extreme Rusticness -  but the water was cold and deep and fast, now the winter is here, and the dogs were not happy, so this time I avoided it.

And here another stream comes down to join it and runs across the road, but this ford is wider and shallower, so can be driven across.


( 9 comments — Leave a comment )
29th Nov, 2016 20:39 (UTC)
Wow! You outdid yourself today with both nature and dog photos. I love the light in the first one. All of the wooded ones are spectacular and both dogs are gorgeous.
29th Nov, 2016 20:59 (UTC)
All the photos are wonderful, but that second one looks like an enchanted place.
29th Nov, 2016 21:52 (UTC)
What a beautiful place.

And for the first time Brythen stole the spotlight from Rosie for me, he is definitely the star of this post.
29th Nov, 2016 23:25 (UTC)
that's good
30th Nov, 2016 12:05 (UTC)
Gorgeous photos as ever!
30th Nov, 2016 14:54 (UTC)
Such beautiful scenery - looks like a lovely place for a walk.

Also, points for effort to the builder of the Bridge of Extreme Rusticness.

30th Nov, 2016 15:01 (UTC)
Beautiful, beautiful photos!

I am reliably informed by my dog owner friends that 'cannoning' injuries are incredibly common... :-)
30th Nov, 2016 20:38 (UTC)
Those are really beautiful pictures, both of dogs and landscapes.
1st Dec, 2016 10:26 (UTC)
Ah, the second one! I wanna live there. And the "Looking out to Dartmoor" look so middle-earthish!
(The dogs are beautiful as ever.)
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