Burford flooded

January 11, 2013 at 12:24 pm Leave a comment

A dry Saturday afternoon in the Cotswolds gateway town of Burford. I love Maggie Whites, The Oxford Shirt Company (Especially in the Sales!) and Huffkins for coffee. Rolo obligingly hopped in and out of the car whilst a girlfriend and I shopped and on the suggestion of a lovely lady at Maggie Whites (where he was invited in!), I took him to romp in the soggy fields of the flooded river at the bottom of the town. One very happy but muddy pup! Oh, and The Cotswold Arms welcomes dogs and the food was home cooked and fresh not the tired post Xmas leftovers some are serving..Rolo’s photos tell the story.

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Another pit stop at #ludgershallcastle on our way home from #abboottsann school. New info board methinks. Rolo wouldn’t keep still!! #rolodogblog having an #indiansummer dip in the #kennet #fetch #rolodogblog #author #secretadventures #signing #litfest2017 #rolodogblog looking very smart in his brand new new bow tie from merrytailsdogboutique.com #rolodogblog fantastic piece in #newburynews #book4 #jeweldogandthedragons #debievans #bookreview #marlboroughmop the high street looks slightly surreal... for 18 hours and then all back to normal by midnight. Doing it all again next Saturday 🙃

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