I didn't have a huge amount of experience with dogs before embarking on this doggy odyssey, cats were my forte, but I've come to also adore man’s best friend.
Our five weeks in Brittany went in a flash, but it was great to be stationary for a while and to experience such a rural existence.
This housesit has been the most rural so far, what with the chickens, geese and two beaten up four wheel drive vehicles.
Don't worry this isn't a recipe, I'm still firmly vegetarian, I just spent most of last weekend peeling chestnuts to make crème de Marrons.
After a few weeks spent visiting friends and family we're back on the house-sitting trail in Brittany.
Two weeks in Kennington and I'm hooked on London again, I really will miss my favourite city in the World...
You can't ignore Mr Ginge, you can't hide from Mr Ginge. He is the feline Chuck Norris. And he's bloody brilliant.
The past three weeks have been something of a homecoming for me, back once again in the gravitational pull of London.
Been wondering how we got on with our mission to re-aquaint Ginger the cat with Willow the dog? Well here's evidence of the result.
Our next house-sit is just a short tube ride away, possibly the easiest and cheapest of our journeys to date.