Once we’d reached the car track we walked onwards. It’s really weird, one minute you’re at a place where there’s a sign of human life; the track, signs, barrels etc…then the next, there’s nothing but nature.
There was just nothingness, as far as the eye could see 🙂
I’m a total country girl, so I was right at home. I *live* for walks and views like this.
Kasper was on high alert for rabbits…
After walking even further we climbed the cliffs and, to the left, discovered the beach. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!
It felt like we reached the end of the world…
I also really like this photo of my boys 🙂
And here’s why Kasper has to be kept on his lead! 😉
These sheep were used to dogs being walked off-lead so as soon as they saw Kasper they panicked and ran for safety. This drove Kasper wild; he had his ‘psycho’ eyes on! 😀
And two hours after heading out we were back home…and Kasper had mud on his nose XD
I probably shouldn’t have disrupted my sleep so…it’s a bad idea when you’re bipolar. Especially when you’re only taking half the dose of medication you’re supposed to because you can’t stand the side effects…ehhhh >__<
But…the walks were so worth it though 😉