Two Feet, Four Paws: Walking the Coastline of Britain

Two Feet, Four Paws: Walking the Coastline of Britain

Spud Talbot-Ponsonby / Feb 27, 2020

Two Feet Four Paws Walking the Coastline of Britain The heart warming tale of one dog and her owner who face daily physical and mental challenges with a sense of humor and determination as the walk the entire coastline of Britain Take one headstrong d

  • Title: Two Feet, Four Paws: Walking the Coastline of Britain
  • Author: Spud Talbot-Ponsonby
  • ISBN: 9781840247381
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Paperback
  • The heart warming tale of one dog and her owner, who face daily physical and mental challenges with a sense of humor and determination as the walk the entire coastline of Britain Take one headstrong dog and a feisty young woman, and send them off on a walk for the equivalent distance of London to Delhi Tess the dog flirts outrageously with good looking farmers and charmsThe heart warming tale of one dog and her owner, who face daily physical and mental challenges with a sense of humor and determination as the walk the entire coastline of Britain Take one headstrong dog and a feisty young woman, and send them off on a walk for the equivalent distance of London to Delhi Tess the dog flirts outrageously with good looking farmers and charms unsuspecting toddlers into parting with their ice cream as her apologetic owner follows From sleepy fishing villages to urban streets, spotting avocets and flamingos along the way, Spud slows life down for a year and experiences the coastline of Britain with its eccentric mix of innovation and tradition as she walks an impressive 4,500 miles to raise money for charity.

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    1. I came across "Two Feet and Four Paws" by Katherine "Spud" Talbot-Ponsonby almost by chance - and what a lucky find it was.It's the story of a young girl, Spud, and her faithful dog Tess who set out to walk all the way around Britain (4500 miles) following the coastline as closely as possible.The purpose of her epic journey was to raise money for the homeless in Britain. Sleeping in a beat-up old motorhome (driven by a wonderful variety of friends and supporters), the book catalogues, in a most [...]


    2. Until the final 10 or so pages I would have given this book 3 stars at a pinch. Now I give it 4 and fell like I am being a little unfair.What started as a seemingly lacklustre narrative of one woman's epic walk across Britain was some how turned into something entirely more emotional at the end. I can't really explain it, but somehow 300 pages all made sense at the end in such a transformative way. You suddenly understood Spud, why she did what she did and why she wrote the book in the way she d [...]


    3. I have just spent the last week and a bit following this amazing woman's trek around the British coastline and loved it. I opened up google earth and looking at the satellite images and photos really brought the journey alive. I loved the stories about Tess and the drivers and people she meets along the way, sympathised (and almost felt)the pains and I cried with emotion as she completed the journey. I've told my husband we need to do this trip one day but we'll be taking the caravan.


    4. I read this book a couple of years ago and found it really inspiring and interesting to read. The relationship between an owner and his/her dog is one I always am fasinated by as dogs are the most loving and faithful of animals. I also really enjoy travel/adventure writing and reading this book was an inspiration to me, and a journey I will one day like to partake in with own dog.


    5. I have not actually finished this book but I've read 70% of it and I think that's enough. There isn't a great deal happening, and it doesn't have the humour of Bill Bryson or the interesting-ness of Paul Theroux. I have quite enjoyed what I've read though. I think 70% is enough to count it as the "T" in my A-Z challenge!


    6. Wonderful account of a woman's hike around the coastline of Britain with her dog. The author is immensely likeable, passionate and intelligent, highly recommended if you enjoy books about hiking and adventuring.



    7. Wonderful book full of hope and dogWonderful book full of hope and dog and perfect timing to read during our walking holiday. Best book I've read in ages.


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