By Dave Barry in The Scarborough Review.
About 150 West Highland terriers were taken for a walk on Filey beach one sunny Sunday morning.
Any unsuspecting walkers, who didn’t know they were witnessing the town’s sixth biannual Westie walk, may have been surprised to see so many dogs of the same breed.
They assembled at West Avenue carpark and strolled down the Ravine to the beach.
For many, that was as far as they got, although many more walked to Primrose Valley and back.
Most of the dogs were understandably excited but remained good-tempered, with only the odd bit of growling and snarling here and there.
Most were off the leash, running around everywhere, sniffing each other’s bottoms.
One had a GoPro camera strapped to its back; another wore a fluorescent coat emblazoned with the words ‘Filey beach Westie walkers’.
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