Well we haven’t got any of the wildness, just a tad miserable, still as any dog walker knows ‘life doesn’t stop for a bit of wet stuff!’ Yesterday we returned to the canal and this time walked northwards towards Watford, sheltering from a particularly harsh bit of rain under Hunton Bridge.
This is a quieter section of the canal, still within earshot of traffic noise but mostly surrounded by parkland or farmland.
As per, nobody about (they are all in their cars driving aimlessly around!), mindyou it is raining!
We walked by Grove Mill, now trendy houses, nestling in the trees.
And soon we were in Cassiobury Park, a large area of open parkland and woodland. We opted for the woodland walk to give Poppydog a good run around off lead with the trees affording a bit of shelter from the rain.
Before returning to the canal and embarking on the home run!
A pleasant albeit damp 8 mile stroll.
Today, just a relatively short 4 mile walk, with a couple of good ‘off roading’ opportunities for Poppydog. I was curious to wander around the area that used to be Leavesden Aerodrome but is now a village as well as the site for Warner Bros. studios and the Harry Potter Tour.
Ending up at Gypsy Lane for a nice tranquil walk back home.
As we know Poppydog likes to look at the window, well she was having to tippy toe on her hind legs, until Dad came up with this idea !💡 She is now one happy hound!
Two thoughts of the day:
When I see all the new builds and that most have atleast two cars, I can begin to comprehend where all this extra traffic comes from!!
Why oh why do the little ‘Oiks’ think it is cool to graffiti every signpost and bridge along the canal banks with their ‘streetname’ (clever huh?) or something incomprehensible? My favourite will always be ‘Give Peas a Chance’ on a bridge crossing the M25 just near here!