Just waiting for the PAWrents to get home and make me some dinner. My brother ate snow and ran around with me. For part seven of their epic 10-mountains-10-months challenge, Jess Martin and her Border terrier Toby took friends up the pyramid-shaped Great Gable in Cumbria. Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
Toby found this walk fairly difficult, because there were so many sections that were just loose rock, which is his least-favourite terrain to walk on. Your email address will not be published. Our route Our route took us via the peak William Clough , up to a stream, then on to the ridge before meeting the downfall. Get Yours! They provided lots of motivation — usually in the form of comedy.
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Sign up to our monthly newsletter First name or full name. Leave a Comment Cancel Your email address will not be published. They proved to be another good conversation starter when we are out walking, which is what the challenge is all about. Jess Martin and her dog, Toby, were a dream team — until Jess brought home a blind puppy.
Thank you for signing up! We got a few inches of snow, so my brother and mom played with me outside. The walk was approximately 8 miles 12. This is the story of how Toby adopted Amos. We had to rejig our list of peaks — the original plan to hike in Derbyshire was literally put on ice — and so we headed to the southern part of the Lake District, between Coniston and Ambleside.
Instead, I researched dogs, read all the dog books I could get my hands on, and if there was a film about dogs, I watched it.