Monday, 29 September 2014

Foggy Start

When Hamish had his final trip to a hedge last night it was thick with fog and we woke this morning to find it still here. After a lazy morning waiting for it to clear I was finally rewarded by some lovely sunshine. Throwing together a sandwich for lunch, I packed the car and set off for St Benet’s Abbey where I parked up and went for a walk with Hamish. The cows were between us and the cross so we went across to the river and watched the boats passing by while catching up with various things on my phone. The campsite is great but the signal is lousy!


We wandered back to the car and sat out enjoying lunch before noticing a few raindrops. I’d left the top window open in the van and so decided to pop back and close it before moving on to How Hill. Both places are very close to the site and so not too far to drive. We walked across the grass to the river and strolled along the moorings before making our way back to the car. We were just in time because it very soon began to rain quite heavily.


Back to the campsite for a very welcome cuppa and one very tired dog …


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