Yesterday, Mummy had to go to visit a school in Bath on a business trip. Because it’s Half Term for schools and looked like a nice sunny day, Daddy was available and we both hitched a ride with Mummy to see if we could find a good place for a long walk (downhill!) from Claverton Down to Limpley Stoke, passing a famous aqueduct on the way. This part of Bath is beautiful, lots of green hills, rivers, canals and open fields. Daddy has an OS map reader on his phone so had planned a Geography walk for us.
I had previously posted on our WT facebook group asking if anyone knew of good Chuck-Friendly places to eat in the area. Unfortunately, a lovely pub that used to cater for four-legged guests, The Wheelwright Arms, has decided to revoke its policy towards us, which is pretty mean. Scratch that one off the list! We did find a lovely place, a bit further West called the Hope and Anchor Inn, in Midford. They have a small but good enclosed sunny garden that has terraced layers and I wasn’t the only dog visitor! I can thoroughly recommend their ham and it is on a great cycle track.
By far, the best thing about our trip was the amount of cow pat everywhere. I bloomin’ LOVE cow pats. This did mean that when we got home, another type of bath awaited me. I love both types of Bath.