woof wednesday holidays

Woof Wednesday Holidays

Last weekend, the lovely boyfriend and I spent another day on the coast. Not Essex this time, but North Norfolk.

As we walked part of the Norfolk Coastal Path at Blakeney and I collected shells on the beach at Cley I couldn’t help but be distracted by the doggies that were around. I couldn’t help but think about how much Stella would have loved the space and the damp and the dead fishy smells. woof wednesday

Had her health not deteriorated so quickly my last holiday plan for us was to rent a cottage for a week in this part of the world. It’s only an hour & a half’s drive and I knew of some great geocaching walks. We’d have had a blast I’m sure. woof wednesday

I’m still very much undecided on a future canine companion but I still keep my eyes open for dog-friendly places when I’m out and about.

One example from this weekend was a cafe near to Blakeney Quay that also houses arts and crafts. Appropriately called the Muddy Dog cafe, because muddy dogs and humans are welcome, I left with a hot chocolate for the next part of the walk and some pebble art 🙂 woof wednesday
You can find the @MuddyDogCafe on Twitter for opening times and exhibition details throughout the year Norfolk Pebble Art


In other news, while clearing old e-mails, I came across a Pet Holidays Brochure from The Hotel Collection, so, if and when the time comes, I shall be referring back to that.

Do you include your dog in your holiday plans?



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