A Gentle Walk to Hengisbury Head in Dorset, UK
We had dark clouds in the morning, but after it brightened up a little, we decided to have a walk towards Hengisbury Head which is a headland that juts out into the English Channel between Bournemouth and Mudeford in Dorset, UK. Parking was a bit expensive, so we found a little side road for free in close proximity to the beach. You've got to watch the pennies!
Some lovely views from the top of the cliffs down towards the sea and beach.
We wanted to give the pooch a good run so we made our way onto the beach so he could have a good walk and a swim in the sea. Let's just say he got down there quicker than us!
The sea was quite choppy and even though we had a short shower it was still quite mild but dull.
I think the pooch was digging his way to Australia. He ended up with more sand on his face than the beach itself.
He's definitely a sea dog. Once he sees the sea it's difficult to keep him out of it.
We walked on the wooden path and headed back to the car as it was becoming even more overcast. At least the walk blowed away the cobwebs.