|Start of holiday Scooby walk
||Scoobys first walk of our winter holiay
|Scooby's BAU walk
||Scooby's walk along the estuary.
On here as I needed a test of the new thegpsblog.com code that uses the ANT SDK code to be able to directly process the binary data from Garmin FIT files.Seems to work OK.
||Another attempt to turn Scooby into a salty old sea dog on the two man sit-on-top kayak.
A bit of a failure - he's getting worse not better. Going to have to sell the dog.
||After a little "Scooby Wobble" in the Canadian canoe on the Fal, we wanted to get his confidence up in the kayak.
After a bit of a nervous start, he got his mojo back and even jumped onto the kayak when offered a little extra time on the water at the end of the day. Result!
|Scooby's first kayak session
||An all important first session with Scooby on our new sit on top kayak.
If Scooby refused to get on board that would have been a big blow to our plans to take the dog and kayak in the camper van doing "exploring south west estuary weekends".
Happily Scooby did jump on board and started to get the hang of it.
More practice needed before we take Scooby into deeper water.
|Two hounds at Sandy Bay
||Another walk from Exmouth to Sandy Bay (i.e. along the start of the Jurassic Coast) but this time with the next door neighbour's hound as well - Willow. Walk coincided with the lowest tide of the year (and a "super tide" at that)
|Sccoby walk to Sandy Bay
||First Exmouth to Sandy Bay Scooby walk of 2015.
|Scooby hound at Sandy Bay with a GPS
||Just for a change, we put the GPS on Scooby hound this time. Instead of the 3 miles we cover on this walk, Scooby managed to do 9. Click the Replay GPS Track tab to get an impression of Scooby haring backwards and forwards along the beach! Double click on the map to zoom in and see the hound's track from one side of the beach to the other, A lovely winter's day with a few surfers out and lots of ships in the bay.
|Dawlish Warren doggie walk
||Went to have a look at the work being done to fix the Dawlish railway line but the miserable gits had blocked all access. So Scooby had a low tide walk along Dawlish Warren and we looked at all the damage done to the Warren and groynes by the recent sorms
||A Scooby walk
|Scooby eveing walk at Picklecombe Fort
||A short walk along the coast path for Scoobys early evening perambulation.
|Cawsand to Rame Head
||Lizzies favouritist ever walk and by default Scoobys too. From the carpark in Cawsand to the hermits house on Rame Head and then back to the Devonport Arms for lunch.
|Watcombe Head and beach
||A steep walk down to a deserted Watcombe beach
|Noss Mayo and Yealm Estuary
||A walk from Noss Mayo near Plymouth around the headland and back
|Scoobys second canoe trip
||Sccobys second canoe trip. To the Bull Sand and then down to the Warren. First trip out of his depth.
|Exton to Lympstone
||A Scooby walk along the Exe Estuary path from Exton to Lympstone and back.
|Mamhead dog walk
||The usual Mamhead dog walk high up on the Haldon Hills. To the Obelisk and then back round through the husky training area
|Another day another stone circle
||Round Fernworthy resevoir and to the stone circle on the hills above
|Scoobys first canoe trip
||A successful first trip out in the canoe for Scooby. Stayed in fairly shallow water the whole time but Scooby didnt seem to want to jump out. So looking good so far for canoeing holidays with Scooby
|Scooby walk at Dawlish Warren
||A low tide walk along Dawlish Warren with the hound.
|Gidleigh stone circle on Dartmoor
||Back to Gidleigh stone circle on Dartmoor for the first time in 25 years
|Scoobys morning walk
||From near Powderham Church towards the Turf Locks and back again
|Dawlish Warren dog walk
||Along the beach at Dawlish Warren at low tide