Storm Darcy brought windchill factors of -3 to -5 . Beyond that the weather was gorgeous and while doing two walks, that have been in many blogs, the bright winter sunshine gave Plymouth the look, if not the feel of Greece.
The Leviathon was looking pretty sparky this morning. While a doughnut from a 400 year old bakery fueled our 10,000 steps.
Just having my hands out for long enough to eat my share of the doughnut was enough to lose all feeling in my fingers but a huge positive was that the jam was so solid we didn’t end up wearing it.
The harbour looked Mediterranean.
And ultimately dogs and humans found a sheltered beach to bask and scamper.
Morning walk done, it was time to return home for a few hours of domestica before the next little dose of Mediterranean sunshine.
Hugo and Lola wait patiently for the return. No chance of a 10,000 step walk this evening after the ‘Bobbers’ have had a swim but warm snuggles in front of the fire is a great substitute in the middle of February.
They don’t have to wait too long for the ‘bobbers’ to return.
A day to lift the spirits!