I do it every day. Come rain or shine. It is at the moment my only form of exercise.
My dog is a Coltriever and needs three good walks a day. She has a wee and a pooh on all occasions and I sometimes wish my metabolism was that fast.
I am lucky where I live to have loads of intersecting paths through the Northamptonshire countryside crisscrossing all around so there is always a choice of direction and area. Not to mention a forest only a ball throw away.
Occasionally I tweet while I walk and throw the ball, sometimes I stream it live. Well almost live. Vodafone has not yet seen the benefit of equipping my part of the Northamptonshire sky with 3G.
Here is a Qik clip from today…
Michael Tefft says
I enjoy your qik broadcasts. You have a beautiful dog who is lucky to have you as a master. Beautiful countryside to be walking in every day. You truly are fortunate.
We have a Coltriever.of which goes out at least 4 times a day.JESSIE is 5 months old. She meets up with a 1 year old Springer and a 12year old collie.You seem to be like myself love freshair.anyway best of British.Happy doggie walking
The shorts are an excellent touch. If this was the day of your demise you would give the coroner a smile. Or at least something to think about. I always consider that when I dress in the morning. I mean, those guys have a horribly dull job.
My favourite part of the day is early in the morning when I take the kid (a puppy named The Outlaw Josey Tails) out for her favourite game of Mini Fetch. It’s totally bliss and completely absorbing.