Category: England 2022

Day 18 – Public footpath and Shaftesbury

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The Sun rised and the poor Sir Lucien Barkelot is tired as hell. Who turned on the sun?! Can I place have more sleeping time?

We don’t use the tin can today?! How interesting? Will we fly on our broom?

A quick look outside reviles our neighbors. I must check them out! Okey we move on while walking. Where will we go?

This Public Footpaths is more Agility Parcour then a walk up the fence down the fence and everywhere new challenges…

On the way we meet some local security personal. I have understand the right gate not the left! Okey boyes have a good time!

Wow there are lots of animals! My Lady we are on a Safari look a donkey with short ears!

Ah this is our destination! The cursed forest! It themes to be that the dark arts are trained hier. I changed my clothes. I hope I fit in now. Please don’t tell my Paladin supervisors that I attend a necromancy lecture!

After the exciting lecture of reanimation the woods get lighter and we arrived at the fary hills. I had have some interesting talks with a fairy guard. He showed me some tricks to hide me from the human eye.

After the long walk we arrived in Shaftesbury. There is a famous bread loaf there! And it is not called Bernd!

A dog friendly restaurant was found fast. We could finally make a decent pause. I must day humans eat strange things!

I tried my best black magic to get some of it! And what got I? The scraps that humans not eat!

Next to was a local museum, where dogs are allowed! We must check this out, Lady! Let us go!

There are a colorful mix of things.

Oh dear! There is a Mummy! Now it is clear why in the woods necromancer are trained!

D**m the Lady was catched from some artifacts magic. The typomator 3 makes *bing* on line end and the Lady is sensitive to music magic. I sang her a barking song to move here away. Puh we can go on!

Outside we found a local magic informant! He watched me close!

The local abbey was already closed, but I make a new friend!

It got dark fast and it is to dangerous for the lady to walk through the live stock by night. So we decide to call a local hire tin can. We must phone quite a few driver. But as he arrived he was very kind and friendly to me! I took a good nap with him!

Oh my Collie – this was a day!


Today we are walked to Shaftesbury and have tried the Public Footpaths.


The way was the goal. It was beautiful to walk along, but there were places with a high amount of difficulty. My Bum don’t fit in one of the gates and I must carried aboth the fence. There is many live stock free rooming and you walk strait through the herds. Be careful! For strong herding dogs it is nothing. For dogs that not herd much it is good manageable. Shaftesbury is a very nice city!

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The Public Footpath through the woods was very interesting and a bit tiring. It make a lot of fun!

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Shaftesbury is a nice little town. Be advised that the shops close early and to hire a taxi can be a bit difficult.

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Dog friendliness

The Public Footpath is good to walk as dog. It is more for advanced hikers then for novices. Some points are hard to pass for a big dog and you must be lifted over the fence. Little doggy knights have an advantage!

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At Shaftesbury you find some water bowls and good restaurants and the museum!

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Useful Information

More about the Public Path System you can read here .

If you like to eat good go to “The salat celler“.

If you will see the cat mummy you must go to the Gold Hill Museum.

Day 17 – Old Wardour Castle and Sherborne Old Castle

How said sunshine spelles doesn’t work? It works very well! The forecast said it will rain cats and dogs and the humans planned a quiet day. But the sunshine wakes them and we will visit Old Wardour Castle und Sherborne Old Castle. I am a powerful mage or?

Old Wardour Castle is majestetic and powerful. It has a stunning history. The humans seems to play capture the bone with it. The Lady of the castle must go to war and protect the castle. There were miners and explosions! You can learn about with the audio tour. If the ruf were sealed and the sleeping place warm, I would take it as family seat.

And the magical grotto! Perfect for every kind of magic. The sun stairs make this to a dream of a Collie-Cat-Soul. To lay there in the sunshine must be incredible!

The inside is very good to checkout as doggy knight.

Suddenly the Lady was possessed by a ghost. He forced her to dance! I used my Palladin magic to bring this soul through the vail into the light. I hope nobody ever finds out this. This kind of magic needs a Permission that I only get after my exam. Somebody can think of dark arts in this dooing…

The maddows are calling for run and play. I mad some local peasants. We spoke over the beauty of the castle while sunshine.

We were invited to the little garden tea house. Humans can build truly magical things.

The garden is very green for midth of autumn. Someone must have done plant magic! I must have this spell!

We visited the gift shop. Some Human puppies where interested at me. I posed for them and showed some tricks.

Then we moved on to Sherborne Old Castle. The day was bright and nice. I put on my magical glases and saw how the castle must have looked like. You fell small as little Collie Knight if you look at it.

We explored the ruins to get more feeling for the magic in the land. There was everywhere something new. The Lady tried to find the source with her technical magic detector. My nose works better!

Everywhere are doors, portals or gabs in the wall. I stopped counting them.

I posed for the humans. That the could get more memorabilias of me!

After the castle we walked the surrounding area and found some little chapple.

We start our journey back to the Cottage. Lady! Stop! There is a paramedic bike in your blind spot. Where the sun is so bride! Puh that was close!

The Lady drove with more caution to the local community store to by some food for the evening. She got the first squash of the session! It will be delicious! They must reserve me a part!

At the Inn we mad our neighbours. I only smelled them before. The are nice and rescues!

The the night cames and the humans cooked. I present the first squash of the year! I used my mage and persuade the humans with magic to share a little part with me! I must say so I like to learn magic.


Today we visited some castles Again.


The way to Old Wardour Castle is a bit complex. I thought sometimes the Lady has lost her track on the small streets. Befor the castle is a big car parking.

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Sherborne Old Castle is good to reach but you must find the right entrains. Pay attention to big drivers. Especially if the sun shines you miss them at the exit.


Old Wardour Castle is made for exploring. Use the audio tour and don’t miss the grotto!

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Sherborne Old Castle is well maintained but mostly unconnected ruins. All is flat perfect for older doggy knights or humans with disabilities.

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Dog friendliness

The doggy knight is happy on Old Wardour Castle. There are a water bowl, shadowy meadows, sunny places and very nice stuff!

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Sherborne Old Castle dogs are allowed and wellcome. There is a water bowl for the nobel doggy knight.

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Useful information

Here you can read more about Old Wardour Castle.

Information about Sherborne Old Castle are here!

Day 16 – Avebury and Silver Hill

Today we keep with the prehistoric England. The stone circle of Stonehenge you could only enjoy from afar. Now we go to a place called Avebury. There you can touch the stones with your nose and climb on them! The weather was much better than yesterday!

The stones stand in the countryside of England. Nothing can stop a little run around them. The stones are breathtaking.

There are different patterns and you can feel the powerful magic there. For a future Paladin something that he must study.

The area is big. Luckily I took the Lady and the servant with me… STOP you humans sheeps! Really common my Lady! Here is the flog!

Some of the stones are special shaped and sacred fish welles. On them fish treats appear! I must checkout this holly magic!

Next to the stone circle is a little village. We explored it and found some witch craft shops. I bought some powerful holly stones and a magic bowl. Now a boot mage or a zombie army shall try!

After the shopping the humans get hungry. We walked to one of the taverns of the stone circle. I must eat outside! What a shame! But the food was okey and the Lady got some magic metal water can. I agree with this! It stops the plastic mass… It was warm and some human puppy smiled at me!

Next door was the Alexander Keiller Museum. For my surprise Collie-Knights where allowed. I must see with powerful objects are shown there!

Okey the look at stones and pots. How boring! Oh there is a goat bone meal behind the glass!

The Lady has squeaked! I ran to her rescue! Help! Help! A dog skeleton! The show here the bones of a powerful deceased dog wizard! I must free him and bury his remains!

*Bratz* AUA! What at all dog goddess power was this!? The skeleton hat bitten me with magic! I shall not thing about his familiar as little snack and he will not get rescued?! The bonny dog like the attention of the crowd! I shall bring the Wise Wizard of Woof a message?

What?! The last fool of his apprentices bones lay on Silbery Hill he shall collect them. I am a future paladin I will bring the wise wizard the bones of the lost soul! Humans we move to Silbery Hill!

We can’t get nearer? There is a invisible power wall and a banishment circle with bones… Holly dog goddess! Is this thing dysfunctional! We can’t move ever if we touch the ground. We must retreat! The wise wizard must do this! My Lady we must go now!

For the sake of the goddess the humans heard to my words and we shopped some special treats for me!

After this adventures I needed a rest. But the humans was curious about the next village. Grr… something is wrong with my weather spell! I got wet to the bones! It must be the banishment circle that messed with my powers!

Okey you got me… I have done the wrong spell! I should train a bit!

Thankfully the Lady cooked in the inn. It was delicious! Some hearty meal after all this work!


Today we go further in the prehistoric magic history of England.


The drive was short and fun but nothing special.

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Silvery Hill is next to Avebury. You can’t get it really wrong.


The stone circle is incredible big. A doggy knight can run free for a while. The village is a beauty and there is a dog friendly museum!

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Silvery Hill is only to look at it from far. You can make some pictures and that it is.

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Dog friendliness

Avebury is a powerful place where a future paladin can recharge this Energie and have some fun.

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Silvery Hill is only to look at it.

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Useful information.

More over the Avebury Stone circle you can find here.

Something about Silvery Hill you can read here!

About the Alexander Keiller Museum you can read here.

Day 15 – Old Sarum and Stonehenge

Today we made a time travel in the prehistory past of Great Britain. We started with my daily morning walk and then we drove to Old Sarum.

There were so much to see and discover! I climbed old ruins! The view was fantastic.

After this the Lady and I made a patrol in side the old walls.

Short before we left the inner circle the Lady saved me. There was a dangerous oak moth caterpillar!

We moved to the doors and made a short drinking break! I informed a fallower dog about the caterpillar situation!

We explored the outer circle and the Lady removed the leash and I was free!

I mostly lost my sword as the wind start blowing hard. To my luck all left dry. A Collie Cat ehm Knight is not fan of wet fur!

After the run we walked to the car. The day was young and nobody listened as I said there is rain and storm in coming. I feeled it in my bones! I suggest to go to Stonehenge I heard from it while my quest briefing. I tried the >I will see Stonehenge< spell from the magus that toled me to go there is important.

I must have done something wrong with the spell. I found a monument of Captain Eustace Loraine… but this thing is not powerful…

Strange looking huts…

The the male servant questioned my strength. I am a Collie Knight! Look I to you as a pulling expert?

The we moved on and on and on until I saw the main attraction!

Doggy Knights aren’t allowed on the main thing of Stonehenge, but there is a Public Path near it and you can see this amazing stone circle! Okey know I understand what I have magically done. I summoned the rain and storm to remove the tourist from my sight! I had have a clear view most of the time!

The Lady want to go near the stones. The rain increased and it looked like she where dancing as a druid. Some German folks were there and ask in broken English if she had made the rain. She answered in German. I couldn’t hear it well but it doesn’t sound like >My incredible soon to be Palladin had done his magic well<. More like wrong attribution to a weather god!

I must say I have seen Stonehenge and the experience was unique and boosted my powers! But I will close look to my spell devices. The amount of rain was not well maintained. I need endless time to dry!

Add the end of the day we moved on to the Forester pub!. The food was magical!


Today we are looking in the prehistoric magic of England.


The drive to Old Sarum was short and comfy. There is a big parking lot and the area is free to roam as dog. You can run fast and meet some local dogs. If you will make a break perfect!

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The Stonehenge visitor center is easy to reach. The way to the real stone circle is on a very long street and can be draining for very old or young pups. Doggy Knights aren’t allowed in the bus.

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Old Sarum is good for the hard and mind of a Collie Kight. The maddow is seducing for a fast run. The ruins are calling for a round of exploring. And you will get a water bowl if you ask! The human stuff is very nice! And don’t forget the view! Short AMAZING!

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Stonehenge is a must have for many tourists. Doggy Knights aren’t allowed on the real monument, but there is a public path nearby that you can visit. If the conditions are okey you will see the Monument very good! I think to take the time and go looking worth it. Or do you know another German Collie Knight that have seen Stonehenge?

Dog friendliness

Old Sarum is the dream of a doggy Knight!

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Stonehenge has plenty to see and to explore. But the doggy knights aren’t allowed everywhere. Driving by Bus is not allowed, too.

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Useful Information

Want to know more over Old Sarum? Look here.

Information about Stonehenge you can read here!

If you will eat well go to the Forester!

Day 14 – Berry Pomeroy Castle and Muchelney Abby

Today they have stuffed up the tin can up to the brim and cleared out the house. I got some extra rounds around the house. Little advice of the burned dog. Overview your servants buy packing and sniff every corner of the house. Especially behind a shellfs. They forgot an imported real bag…

I helped with the recycling.

The Lady got the drivers seat and started the journey!

We stopped at a hidden castle after a short drive. It was in a woodland area with a very rough woodland path before.

There are very imposant ruins there!

The humans booked an audio tour. I heard interesting stories there!

There were horror stories about ghost Ladies in distress! I the fearless Sir Barkalot rushed to rescue of this poor souls!

You can look to different places even if you are not a giant!

There are lots of hills, walls and stones for posing.

The personal is very friendly!

After the tour we continue our journey in the tin can. We stopped at an old Abby!

As Collie Knight you can explore almost everything! The area is big and there are beautiful spots!

Especially the apple trees are tasty eye catcher. One of them has an mistletoe too!

Suddenly the exhibition is very small. You get the original vibes of the place, but a big extra mile don’t worth it.

I learned something about human writing there.

After this we take a close look to the Abby grounds. How the humans can make out of an old latrine a big attraction is to much for my collie knight head.

We drove a while to our new Inn. The Inn is very countriesideish with real free roaming chickens and sheep. It reminds me a bit at home.

The humans made my bedside and I could sleep a bit!

The human stuff start the food hunt process! Sometimes it is better to be a dog! They can make my meal and be hungry.

Some day the humans must sort out how there clocks and the sun function. A pub don’t open by magic if you arrived to early

Yes you got it right! We arrived to early! So we are gone for a walk around the pub. The male servant programmed his app. I and the Lady should know meanwhile that this is not so an good Idea. He has some little issues if he use a map. Out of the 20 minutes that we went walk… we are gone over one hour.

We had luck and got a table even while we are late. You must see what there cames out of the kitchen! It looked and smelled simply amazing!

We mat an older couple that have had an collie! We exchanges stories. I like the Fox an Hound very much!

After this the humans went to the nearest food shop. The Lady was coursing after the arrived on the wrong side of the merchant area. Where no place for the tin can was. After a short time the came back with new food bags. The smelled of plastic and not interesting.

Now I can bed my head to rest. This day was tiring!


We drove to a new Inn and learned a bit about medieval history.


The drove to Berry Pomeroy Castle was exciting. But it was a bit cramped in the stuffed car and the woodland street a bit bumpy.

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The drive to Muchelney Abby was easy. There is a big parking lot on a maddow before.

The new Inn in Salisbury is countriesideish. You must pay attention witch driveway you take. The next village is a bit farer away. Mind the pheasants that pop up on the road.

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The Castle has a beautiful audio tour. If you have time you should go there!

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The Abby is very big and you can relax there. But the exhibition is very small. If you are near take a look. Don’t drive the extra mile for it.

Salisbury has lots of space and some good places where the doggy knight can run.

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Dog friendliness

The Berry Pomeroy Castle is very dog friendly you can explore basically the whole castle. The doggy knight must be save on stairs to enjoy all.

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The Muchelney Abby is explorable by a Collie knight. You can find little bits of the british history there!

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In Sailsbury is the doggy knight welcome. It is a little place with lots of places to hick.

Useful Information

All about Berry Pomeroy Castle you can read here.

Muchelney Abby would descripted here.

If you need a dog friendly place to stay, look here.

If you will eat a delicious meal go to Fox and Hound!

Day 13 – Looe and Pendennis

The day started unexpected. I could sleep late! The sun shone and the human stuff was ready for a nice walk to Looe!

We walked at the coast path to Looe. We know some good places because of the scouting yesterday. The humans want shopping.

They found plenty of useless stuff and squeaked regularly.

We are now proud owners of a plush sheep and a plush sheltie.

After this the Lady got hungry! No one argued with a hungry Lady. The male servant found a dog knight friendly cafe. The Lady got a >cornish Breakfast<! I call it a meet plate with egg, beans and bread! I went some and got only microscopic crumbs. I protest! I do not consent with such a treatment!

Some local folks greeted me and was over the moon that I speak with them!

We walked through a film set. Maybe may noble body will shown in a English TV-Show.

The we got a very important quest from the goddess of Rain >Buy the male servant a water proved jacked<. First I though this is easy, but after a lots of waiting time later I know it is easier to produce a doggy knight armor as this. After a long time he decided to by the blue jacked and I could finally explore some more of the coast!

We walked back to our Inn and I found some palms! You see right! Palms at the britisch Coast!

We started the thin can and drove to Pendennis. It is a military fortress from the 16th century. It was used until the World War II.

At least the local tour guide said.

My new friend showed me the entrance, too!

We could visit some interesting stuff there. Especially the cannons where nice! Could you see me protect the whole world?

The Lady bought a tool kit to comunicate with local dragons! Hey stop! Why I got this on me!

We visited the castle it self and got a guided tour. It was very interessting only the stairs where steep and small.

We got lucky! We saw a rainbow!

After this we visited the half moon bay. We saw the big modern canons and we walked through the guard ways and big hills.

After this action we are gone back to the shop and the entrance. There was a big bowl of water for me.

Bevor we leave I posed for the shop girls! I am real eye catcher in my armor. I have had not enough Sir-Barkalot-Memorabilien for the requests!

On the way to the car I got a new friend, a local Dalmatian. He was really nice.

Ad the end we made a short visit of Liskeard. The humans were hungry again and it got dark. I got the noble task to watch over the thin can.

If I am honest, short after the humans wehre gone I fall asleep. Please don’t tell the humans! I got lots of prays and cookies for this task…


We explored the coast and the military history of UK.


The coast path with sunshine is a dream for a Collie Knight. You can enjoy the sea and walk as long as you will.

Driving to Pendennis is beautiful. You can sea very differed landscapes.


In Looe you can find things for everyone. There are shops for dog treats too. And one Shop has things for allercial dogs! There is a Cafe where doggy knights are welcome. It is on the harbor.

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The military historic tour at Castle Pendennis is a good recommendation. The Collie Knight is learning lots of interesting stuff and can touch some weapon systems with his nose. The shop is very unique and the stuff is great. There you get the dragon communication kit.

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Dog friendliness

Looe is perfect for a doggy visit. There are water bowls before shops and there are eating places where I allowed to enjoy.

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Pendennis is very dog friendly, too. The Doggy Knight can see and explore everything. The Shop-keeper and tour guides where blown away from me.

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Useful information

The Lookout is a place for a good breakfast for a Doggy Knight.

Pendennis Castle is part of English Heritage. If you can visit it!

Day 12 – Dartmoor and Looe


Juhu the humans will make a lazier day today! The will wash today and we will look to Looe, the next city. Maybe I can relax a bit today!

I shouldn’t speak my thoughts out! After the morning walk the wash odyssey started. The humans needed my help to find the washing house. And then the started the machine and the timeboxed tour to Looe.

The timebox where two hours. We found the harbor and many interesting shops.

The Lady can’t resist the gambling hall and lost one pound against my strictly advice!

While we looked the city we found shops with fish based treats and a dog shop with liver pate! I animated my stuff to by a lot of it!

The we must run to our laundry! The 2 Hours where over! It is a big advantage to have own fur!

Canonteign Falls

Now we go on. We drove to Canonteign Falls in Dartmoor. That are the biggest waterfalls of Dartmoor and had booked a tour about history and mining. The humans said that there is a big attraction for me! Will it be other doggy knights and ladies? Something special to eat?

We saw the big waterfalls and fern forest. Yes your ears function well the big attraction where ferns! Humans!

For our luck. I managed to convince some fairies to get along with us! But I must nog at some doors to get this running.

There were statures on the way a dragon without wings a deer, a hare and so on.

At last we managed to climb the biggest waterfall with my new english doggy friend. He must protect his lady hard because she had issues with height.

We stopped at a local inn and ate sine Scoons. I suged the crumbs of the humans in. It is not gut to leaf a place dirty!

I would take the armor treasure but the human staff refused to carry it! The the put me on a not working scale!

We had time left from the day and the human stuff was ready to tackle more of the moor.

It was like a safari. Cows appears on the street and sheeps jumps around without fence or walls – breathtaking for every herder.

Foggintor Quarry

We drove to the Foggintor Quarry as it starts to rain. The humans were so intelligent to walk on from the parking place.

I was never ever on so a short distance of a sheep. There were plenty sheeps! I showed disinterest so the humans not see that the herding instinct kicks in!

We walked along a “field” to the entrance of the quarry.

I don’t know that the lady is so good at climbing on rocks. At the start was a point with a steer drop to big for me. The Lady climbs down easily and the servant followed. Only stand at the edge and looked down to high for me.

The male servant carried me to the ground and we could explore the quarry. Here were sheeps to! And this delicious balls of sheep dumplings!

There are some paths in the quarry while we explored it started to rain hard. We were soaked and looked like wet rats as we arrived at the end!

The Lady removed her clothes unlady like. She undressed her trauthers in the Rain on the street! I was beyond shocked! I could only stare at her!

At the way home I suggested to the male servant to buy some thing for dinner. Nothing is better as an real dinner and a tea against the cold from the rain!

In the Inn we dried of and eat fresh cooked dinner.

I personally recycled some left overs.

In the evening the Lady screemed suddenly! She got attacked from a english tick! The nasty beast stuck at her rip!

The male servant was a hero! He got my tick removal kit from the car and removed it. I think the humans should get tick tablets too! Very less drama. Tick bites are nasty!


The day was packed with different activities from beautiful looking to shopping.


The travel to Looe was fast and easy. If you can take more then 2 hours for the city and the shops. Use the Parkplatz on the other side of the river. The city itself is only for locals.

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Dartmoor is like a safari. Take it easy and drive slow to sea all animals!

The drive to Foggintor Quarry is more complex as it seams on paper. Animals roaming the street and pop up everywhere. You must walk a little while. Avoid bad weather.


In Looe you can find things for everyone. There are shops for dog treats too. And one Shop has things for allercial dogs!

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The historical tour was pleasing. I was allowed to go everywhere. For dogs recemented!

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The Foggintor Quarry was breathtaking for all Collie knights a must have seen. There are points to climb and to enjoy! Wild sheeps are running and a lake of clear water is there. For your own safety use a day with good weather. The Quarry is slippery.

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Dog friendliness

Looe is perfect for a doggy visit. There are water bowls before shops and there are eating places where I allowed to enjoy.

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Dartmoor is balsam for a traveling Collie knight soul. The nature is relaxing and here you can be a dog.

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Foggintor Quarry is a real adventure. You need the help of your humans from time to time but it is fun. For older dogs or herding dogs with herding ability it is not so ideal.

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Useful information

All infos for dogs in Dartmoor are here.

About the waterfalls and the tours read here.

More about the Foggintor Quarry you can find here!

Humans should ware hiking boots and gear.

Day 11 – Landsend, Penzance and St. Austell

On more day dawned on my travel. The male servant was going with me to the next bush. And I was so sleepy that I could barely move.

Then the lady got ready for the next drive und the metal horse starts working.

After a bit of time we were at a new part of the coast. It looks different and was called Lands End. What a funny name for the most west point in England!

Our first stop was the tourist center. I tried to breath fire like a dragon. With more or less success. I thought that was a good skill to my paladin character sheet! But the humans found it funny!

After this I inspected a new transportation device. Looks interesting but is louder then a dragon!

The we start to explore the coast. The wind was so strong that I nearly started flying!

I must say the cliffs are steep and the drop is far. Please don’t go to close to the edge!

The the humans made me to a feared pirate!

The male servant had have bad joke day! He tied my to an anchor. Even before I could make a funny thing!

We checked out the area around the farm. There are artists in the farm as well.

One of the clay artists made me a paw print! I got it a few weeks later!

There was a pirate artist, too! We made a photo together so we can’t forget each other.

There were sheeps and pigs! I saw both and I must say boring the were in a coral!

But the landscape was breathtaking!

After this we walked to the real Lands End point. Unfortunately there was no sign because of a bad storm was coming and the sign was demontage out of safety reasons.

But we have a image of the last house of England!

The the humans want shopping. The Lady and I waited for the shop and the the shop closed before the Lady could peak in! We found some interesting things in the other shops!

I was admired and photographed a lot.

After this we drove to Penzance a little city on our way back, We explored it.

The Lady got a new belt!

The we discovered the harbor. But we don’t found something real good to eat.

Because of this reason we drove to St. Austell. I watched the car and the humans were go eating. Because the found no tavern where I was allowed. But It was okay I could sleep! The metal tin is practical for sleeping.

The we drove back to the Inn. I got a good meal and I could sleep!


We review the drive to the most west point of England!


The drive was lang. One stop or two are needed.

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To Penzance we came fast. But you should look at it on a sunny day!

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St. Austell is an easy drive, but you need time to get there.

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Lands End is interesting and a very good place for a doggy knight. You must have see the farm with the pottery and the last house. The sign is optional but a nice to have! We recommend to go to Lands End.

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The little city Panzance is good to explore and there are nice shops. But the are closing early. We don’t found something to eat with a collie knight. Take something with you!

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We saw not many of St. Austell because it was late. The humans had have a great dinner. I was watching the metal horse!

Dog friendlines

Lands End is a very good place for a doggy knight. The ways are no problem even if the knight is older.

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Penzance is not the thing for a doggy knight but there is a belt maker. He has collars and leashes!

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St Austell is not so welcoming to we found not the right tavern for all of us. The doggy knight got the important job to watch the metal horse from inside.

Usful information

Information about Lands End you find here.

Interesting facts about Penzance are here.

More about St. Austell is here.

Tag 11 – Landsend, Penzance und St. Austell

Ein weiterer Tag brach bei meiner entbehrungsvollen Reise an. Der Knecht führte mich in der Umgebung zu einem Busch und ich taumelte schlaftrunken hinter ihm her.

Dann war die Lady auch schon bereit für eine weitere große Fahrt. Es ging dann mit dem Metallpferd los.

Ehe ich mich versah, waren wir an einer neuen Küste, und zwar der von Lands End, dem westlichen Punkts Englands/Cornwalls.

Als Erstes haben wir uns das Touristen-Zentrum angesehen. Ich versuchte wie in Drache Feuer zu speien.

Dann inspiziere ich ein modernes Menschen Fluggerät. Ich wette, wenn das fliegt, ist es Lauter als jeder Drache!

Dann begannen wir damit die Küste zu erkunden und der Wind wehte mich dabei fast weg.

Ich muss auch sagen, dass es an dieser Küste sehr weit runter geht! Haltet euch von Klippen fern!

Dann verwandelten die menschlichen Diener mich in einen gefährlichen Piraten.

Der Knecht fand es lustig mich an einen Anker anzubinden! Dabei hatte ich noch gar keine Chance etwas anzustellen!

Wir erkundeten den Bereich um die dort ansässige Farm. In der Farm arbeiten Künstler.

Es gibt dort einen Ton-Künstler. Dieser hat meinen Pfotenabdruck genommen und mir wir eine Erinnerung zugeschickt!

Einer dieser Künstler war als Pirat verkleidet! Wir haben uns natürlich zusammen abgelichtet, um eine Erinnerung zu behalten.

Dann gab es dort auch noch Schafe und Schweine. Ich habe mir beides angesehen und fand es nur mäßig interessant.

Die Landschaft ist aber beeindruckend!

Danach wanderten wir zum eigentlichen Lands end den westlichsten Punkt von England! Leider gibt es kein Beweisfoto, da das Schild wegen Sturmes abgebaut wurde.

Wir haben aber ein Bild vom letzten Haus Englands!

Danach frönten wir der Shopping-Lust. Nervig war nur, das die Lady mit mir vor dem Laden wartete und der vor unserer Nase zu machte, als der Knecht erkunden konnte. Trotzdem retteten wir ein paar Erinnerungsstücke.

Ich verteilte natürlich wieder viele meiner Memorabilien. Man muss ja Werbung für sich selber machen.

Danach fuhren wir nach Penzance, einer kleinen Stadt. Wir erkundeten diese.

Die Lady kaufte sich einen neuen schicken Gürtel.

Dann fanden wir den Hafen. Aber so richtig warm wurden wir nicht mit ihr und auch das Angebot von Nahrung viel eher gering aus.

Deshalb fuhren wir noch nach St. Austell. Dort futterten die menschlichen Diener und ich konnte meiner liebsten Tätigkeit dem Schlafen frönen. Manchmal ist dieses Metallpferd doch praktisch!

Danach fuhren wir in unsere Unterkunft, wo ich mein Abendessen bekam und mich danach ausstrecken konnte.


Heute bewerte ich die Reise zum westlichsten Punkt der britischen Insel!


Die Fahrt nach Lands End war etwas zu lang für meinen Geschmack. Eine Pause verträgt es gut.

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Nach Penzance ging es dafür schnell. Ein schönes Städtchen, aber nichts für einen Tag mit schlechtem Wetter,

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St. Austell erreicht man gut, aber es dauert so seine Zeit bis man dort angekommen ist.

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Lands End ist ein spannender Ort besonders die Töpferei, die Farm und die Landschaft sind spannend. Leider wird bei Storm das Hinweisschild abgebaut. Wir können einen Besuch empfehlen!

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Das kleine Städtchen Penzance ist gut zu erkunden, hat schöne Laden zum Gucken, aber Collie-Ritter und menschliche Gesellschaft sollten auf die Ladenöffnungszeiten schauen, die Läden schließen früh und auch das Angebot an Gaststätten, wo der Collie-Ritter hinein darf ist gering.

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Von St. Austell habe ich leider nicht so viel gesehen. Die menschlichen Diener überließen mir die Bewachung des Metallpferdes nach einer Pipirunde.


Lands End ist sehr hundetauglich. Man entdeckt unglaublich viel! Die Wege sind auch für ältere Hunderitter geeignet.

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Penzance ist leider nicht so einladend für einen Hunderitter. Aber der Gürtelmacher ist interessant, da er auch Hundehalsbänder anbietet.

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Auch St Austell ist nicht so einladend. Richtige gute Tavernen bieten leider nicht die Möglichkeit den Hunderitter, mit zu bringen.

Nützliche Informationen

Informationen über Lands End kann man hier finden.

Wissenswertes über Penzance findet ihr hier.

Mehr über St. Austell findet ihr hier.

Day 10 – Tintagel and King Arthur’s Hall

The Lady said the day will be magic. I thing she took the wrong magic mushroom! Magical? I am Sir Barkalot and not the wise Wizzard of Woof. Okey they send me on this quest… but I am not so magical!

The day started with a short walk at the sea and a the metal horse.

The the Lady saw stars. I mean literally! The male servant closed the cargo hatch expediently on the head of the Lady. By all dog gods and goddesses her cry must be heard until Germany. I hided as precaution. She was hurt and furios. I will not stand between a fury and her prey.

Then we started driving over the roads.

We stopped in a small village and explored the Shops and the local bakery. I say only two words Cornish Pastry! So yummy! Even if you got only some small crumbs.

The we walked down a beautiful path until we found a small gatekeeper house.

The humans showed there passports and I drank from the extra made water bowl.

We followed the the path further and found a magical bridge to King Arthurs castle. There shall be the last remains of the castle where Merlin, Arthur and his Knights lived. I was so exited! I am the first Collie Knight in centuries there!

Then the stuff discussed a issue with low and high tide. No idea what this is, but before I could set my feet to the real castle thing, they brought me down a steep stair.

The stair ended on a strand. Where I found new admirer and got some photos.

The the brought me to a Cave that was invested with bats! The called it Merlins Cave und told me that here was the magic done. I posed again.

The male servant fall on exploring the Cave and I had to go through water! Disgusting!

It was scary but cool! Then the Lady and I walked the strand and found beautiful stones and shells.

The we walked the stair up and we meet the local merchants. I gave away many memorabilia and lots of photos where taken.

In the meantime I was hijacked by a little Cornish Dragon. He slipped in my pocket and made him self his home there. His name is Corny Shong.

On the way from the castle I was attacked by a Zombie plant! On of the dangers of England! The Lady came to my rescue and my armor protected me.

Finally we explored the castle itself.

Especially the cliffs where breath taking.

We visited the famous Gallos-Statur.

Samhain is approaching. I was allowed to make some magic rituals for training.

At the end we could explore the outer court yard on the other side of the bridge.

I liked the attention and the many photos that was taken! The payment was good! Treats everywhere!

The the Lady got fippy! Her bladder must be very small. We must hurry down a small path. I had a bit fear for the Lady but we arrived well.

We found an injured jeep driver. I started to give emotional support.

The the humans needed foot again! Why I am not getting food in a restaurant I don’t know. We walked back to the villages.

I got a microscopic portion of Fish and Chips! This doesn’t count as retribution!

Then the humans were shopping. The looked on the clock and it was still to early to get a next meal. The figured out that it was possible to look to King Arthurs Hall too. They started the tin can and we were on our way.

This time we stopped midth in a field. And you will not believe me there were free roaming sheeps, cows and horses! Without any boundary or fence! We walked there and bam. A stone transformed in a sheep!

The male servant walked to a grey sheep through a swampy area… Can a big magician tell him how the compass and the map are working? Or that a magnet interferes with a compass?

Add least the Lady took the job to locate the sight. We found a stone circle. But unfortunately it was closed. An excavation where there and forgot to reopen it after working.

My feeds hurts from the long walking. I was happy to get back in the car. But Oh my doggy goodness are this cattle grids unpleasing – the whole car wobbles and shakes!

After this the human stuff got hungry again. But the Cafe hat already closed because we got late! Than they are gone to a bar and ordered chips and peanuts! A healthy diet looks different!

But I am to tired to discuss this with the stuff. I hope tomorrow it will be less action!


Today I review a magical day!


The travel to Tintagle was pleased. The walk interesting and varied. Only the evil plants must be destroyed. Take you armor with you to protect your self!

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King Arthur’s Hall was an adventure! Everyone must do this with his humans!

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Tintagle is beautiful and the right thing for a brave Collie knight with out movement issues. There are cliffs and points there are very steep. Unruly young knight should taken on a very short leash.

The magical stone that transformed in to a sheep was the real thing! Everyone must see the look in the human face if the watch the transformation. For robber barons or experts in herding is a lesh obligate! The sheeps, horses and cows came in touch distance!

Dog friendliness

Tintagle is prepared for doggy knights. There are water bowles and lots of things to see.

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King Arthurs Hall is on a field with free roaming animals.

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Usful Information

Tintagle is stunning. If you will know more look here.

More information about King Arthur’s hall you can get here.

If your humans hurt themself’s follow the guide from the NHS.

For Tide times you can look here!