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Timmy Goes to Mevagissey
Timmy’s final adventure in this series takes him and his humans to the Cornish fishing village of Mevagissey.
With a fascinating insight into the history of the Snowflake, a trip to the pub naturally, an early morning dip in the harbour and a family all at sea, enjoy the last chapter in Timmy’s Tales for now.
Download Timmy’s Tales here Timmy’s Tales Ch 6
Timmy goes to Lustleigh
Timmy and his humans have a trip to Lustleigh. As any self-respecting dog will tell you, a river with a beach is a delight and Timmy has a favourite spot to share. With a trip along an old train track and ghostly goings-on at an ancient site poised high above The Cleave, Timmy has plenty to interest him in this week’s instalment of Timmy’s Tales.
Timmy goes to Bodmin Moor
This week Timmy sets off across the border from Devon to Cornwall to explore Bodmin Moor. Using his super sleuth nose he finds plenty of ghostly goings on and possibly the odd dropped chip or two as he ascends to the heights of the moor and gazes at the panoramic views.
You can join Timmy on this week’s adventure, download Chapter 4 here.
Timmy goes to Exmoor
Where do you think Timmy is in the picture? Let us know – it’s a race to see who guesses correctly first (without having read Chapter 2 of Timmy’s Tales first of course).
To help you guess, today we are going with Timmy on another eleven-mile walk: from the beautiful hamlet of Countisbury on the sea cliffs of Exmoor with its wild ponies, along the South West Coast Path to find the elusive deer in rutting season.
You can download Chapter 2 here Timmy’s Tales Ch 2.
Timmy the Super Sleuth
Timmy has taken to the Jurassic Coast this time. He has visited some exciting places like Durdle Door and met some interesting and ghostly characters, some human and some canine.
His owner, Director of Music for South Devon Choir, Simon, has evidently enjoyed taking him for some long walks and visiting the hostelries in the area. Once we are all allowed out and about again you might be itching to follow in his footsteps.
To read the latest episode of Timmy’s adventures download a copy below.
As all Choir members know, we have a canine friend who comes along each week; he belongs to our Director of Music, Simon Dunbavand.
Initially Timmy found it very hard to keep quiet when we were singing. He had to go outside for a while as his impersonation of our choral efforts were not very complementary. Howling is not what we do! But Timmy has grown and matured and can now be quiet for a whole practice unless he thinks someone or something untoward is happening, when he will let us know with his loud bark. He found the night of the General Election particularly challenging and, let’s face it, he probably wasn’t alone. Read the rest of this entry »