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Ted harks back to a swift lesson in bird watching

Hello! Ted and I hope everyone has had a lovely Easter. Do manufacturers make Easter eggs especially for furry friends? If not, maybe they are missing a trick.

We haven't been away over Easter as we all like a bit of peace and quiet, so the hustle and bustle of a Bank Holiday leaves us a bit perplexed. So we'll be looking for nice, open sites to enjoy this spring and summer, where we can amble along coastal paths to enjoy the sea air and also listen to the skylarks singing.

The main camping field was open and spacious, with a large, central area for children (and dogs) to play. As it was late summer, there were lots of swallows and swifts flying around, catching flies to eat. They were thoroughly enjoying themselves, squealing and darting around the field.

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Molly and Ted are travelling terriers - borders without borders who visit UK campsites in a motorhome. Chatty Molly offers tips for places to stay and shares some of her holiday capers.

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Molly shares some doggy tales

It's been grrrr-eat to hear from other camping and caravanning canines about their holiday trips and favourite places to stay across England. Thanks for your campsite contributions.

Dog WalkWhen I started tapping out my little "dog blog" earlier this year I hoped we would get some positive feedback and good ideas for fresh trips out. Oh dear, I shouldn't have used the word "feed". My tummy is rumbling now!

Anyway, many thanks to the kindly canines and their secretaries and/or servants for submitting their suggestions on where to go camping and caravanning in our glorious countryside and coastal areas.

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Molly and Ted are travelling terriers - borders without borders who visit UK campsites in a motorhome. Chatty Molly offers tips for places to stay and shares some of her holiday capers.

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Nothing 'Fawlty' about this holiday choice

We love the south coast... and what's not to love? Good rail links, the South Downs, super seaside towns, warm weather!

Our stay at Seaford, East Sussex, last September resulted in Ted and me accompanying the maid and chauffeur free of charge on buses and trains to Brighton, Lewes and Eastbourne.

Molly & TedThe latter has been a source of much amusement in our household, with the maid frequently regaling the chauffeur with lines from a TV show I know nothing of called 'Fawlty Towers'. In this comedy show about a Torquay guest house, one visitor says: "This is the worst hotel I've ever stayed in!" to which another guest, an elderly major, retorts: "I won't have that.... there's a place in Eastbourne!"

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Molly and Ted are travelling terriers - borders without borders who visit UK campsites in a motorhome. Chatty Molly offers tips for places to stay and shares some of her holiday capers.

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