Cerne Abbas walk


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A sunny day attracted ten Basset Hounds to this lovely part of Dorset. It was good to see some refugees from the Scottish Basset Hound Walkers - with whom we have corresponded - and to hear they enjoyed our walk.

It was a gentle outing with no surprises, apart from most of the party bringing no lunch - banking on getting to the cream tea place before starvation set in I suppose.

A gamekeeper stopped us at Minterne Parva warning us to keep our hounds on a lead, as "the pheasants were out." As if our Bassets would chase anything so flighty as that.

Abbotts tea rooms served up some good cream teas to round off a very pleasant day.





Baset Hound Walkers at Cerne
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