As I mentioned in my previous post, I now have a week off from work, and it began with myself and Coddy looking after the monster that is Brandy! We wanted to take her somewhere different for her walk on Sunday so we took a little road trip to the nearby town of Louth to a place called Hubbards Hills.
Straight for the water, of course!
Chillaxing at the top of the hill.
This is another place my family used to bring me as a child and another
example of how beautiful Lincolnshire can be - so beautiful in fact, it
is an AONB, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, one of only 46 in the
UK. As well as open land where dogs can run around, there is a
meandering stream running through the grounds, gigantic hills which you
can climb, a children's play area and quaint little cafe. If you're
travelling by car, you will drive down some small, windy roads to get to
the main car park so be careful, but once you are there, have a wonder
round, pick your picnic spot, take in the scenery and enjoy your day.
Brandy certainly did!