The first one (for full details see HERE) we did took us all around Dingle marshes and back along the shingle beach.
We started the day off right, Hubby cooked us corned beef hash - YUM...
The beach car park is huge and you can park there all day and donate to local charities via a donation box, which is great.
|ready to go|
We headed past several houses that were tucked away along the track, one of my favourites was this stone one
and there was also a very modern glass house hidden amongst the trees - very Cameron Fry's house from Ferris Bueller - but sadly I couldn't get a photo of that one.
When we came out of the trees we could see the sea and eventually passed by an old farm where the land opened up onto the reedbeds, apparently these are the biggest reedbeds in the UK, and I've never seen such a landscape before...
|the reeds up close|
Crossing the river heading back to the beach
Pools of algae edging the beach
The beach is shingle and the stones make it really hard-going, the walk back along the beach (in the other direction to this photo), with the sun scorching down, was the hardest bit of the walk
Dusty dog enjoyed himself!
It was a great first dog walk/hike, my new (sale) walking shoes did the job & we all had a fun couple of hours. Another walk tomorrow x