London: Sunday on Hampstead Heath

by Sasha Wilkins on January 19, 2014 · 5 comments


I feel a little bit ashamed that I have taken only one proper walk so far this year: I live a five minute walk from Regent’s Park, and a fifteen minute drive from Hampstead Heath, so there is really no excuse for not getting outdoors. The only problem is that Madam is getting on a bit: in sausage years she is over seventy, and the long, bracing walks of years past are far beyond her


But today was so beautiful that it would have been a crime not to take her to the Heath, so we drove up at 330pm, just before the light started to fall, for a thirty minute trot.



(I needed some exercise, as I made macaroni cheese for supper on Saturday night. Well, fusilli cheese if we are to be entirely accurate.)



It may have been sunny, but it was oh so muddy.


I kept turning around to discover madam stuck in the mud. It’s tricky to move fast when your legs are only three inches long.


Net result: one very exhausted sausage




Style notes:  Original Adjustable wellies  in Aubergine by Hunter. Sunglasses by Sunday Somewhere (gifted). Hunter Parka – gifted –  from AW12 – nearest is this, available in the sale here.

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Andy N. January 20, 2014 at 07:31

Poor P-bad.. The dilemma of being a short person in challenging outdoor conditions. Must have made it more of a workout for her?

Good to see you back in Hunters LLG. You’ll always be my second favourite Hunter model. :-)


Kate January 20, 2014 at 16:46

I sympathise with MPD – I myself was an exhausted sausage after attempting to scale the mud slide that was Hampstead Heath yesterday. In converse. With holes in.
Still, it was nice to feel the sun after and see the London skyline after all that rain.
Lovely post for a Monday morning, thank you.


Marina(Makeup4all) January 20, 2014 at 18:45

Beautiful views and delicious mac & cheese. And I have been walking a lot lately (mostly home from work) and it feels amazing!


amanda T January 21, 2014 at 14:29

I often take my little sausage, lilly up to Hampstead Heath (such a london breath of fresh air) and she loves it, but the last few times have been so muddy and wet. She’s a bit of lady, so runs after me with that sad look of ‘why mummy’….


Becky January 22, 2014 at 11:12

This looks lovely! Great pictures :)
Becky x
Vintage Clothing UK


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