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!
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.
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.
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!
The historical tour was pleasing. I was allowed to go everywhere. For dogs recemented!
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.
Looe is perfect for a doggy visit. There are water bowls before shops and there are eating places where I allowed to enjoy.
Dartmoor is balsam for a traveling Collie knight soul. The nature is relaxing and here you can be a dog.
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.
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.