God’s own cathedral

November 18, 2012 at 3:39 pm 1 comment

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I hope the vicar will forgive me this glorious Sunday morning, but God’s own cathedral – Savernake Forest – was calling….and of course dogs are not only welcome but obligatory.

Being dense woodland, the leaves are clinging on to the trees a little more determinedly than in the hedgerows where Rolo and I usually walk….the colours are rich and joyous, perfectly framed by the crisp blue sky.I notoriously get lost on the forest and the family won’t come with me anymore – such is my appauling sense of direction…but luckily Jack Russell’s have a kind of homing device and despite penetrating the silence of the deep forest, we managed to get back on a familiar track to return to the car. Families were out kicking leaves and I suspect the Scouts have been busy building hides for the hedgehogs and other small furry animals. Luckily Rolo didn’t find any but he did enjoy running and scampering through the leaves and following trails, dreaming of elusive deer and rabbits. England at its best…memories to store for the cold and damp days ahead. Home for coffee, toasted tea cake and Telegraph crossword – and thats just Rolo!

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