Monday, 2 February 2015

A dog's day out in Broadchurch

It's Broadchurch tonight.
It's funny to see our Dorset coastline in all its glory. Week after week after week.
Those cliffs at West Bay are a towering presence in this popular television series, which is gripping the nation with all its twists and turns.
Through the magic of television, we even saw East Cliff looming up on the skyline in a shot filmed at Clevedon, on the other side of the south west peninsula.

The whole series, whether you like it or not, is a great advert for this part of the world.

In real life, though, you have to keep away from the foot of the cliffs. They're unstable and pieces could - and do - fall at any time.

So we kept to the shore when we introduced Artemis, a ten-month-old Korthals Griffon, to the ocean for the very first time yesterday.
The verdict? She says she likes it.

She'll be back.
That's about it.

Love Maddie x

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