Rising out of bed early in the morning is great in the campo (although can require some effort on occasion!) When you have canine friends with you in the cave its great just to open the door and let them run free without fear of traffic etc.
Our two beasties are German Sheperds - one a pup and the other rescued from near Malaga last year (an old boy with plenty of character..) The photo below is one of the roads I walk them down in the mornings. In the UK we had the resposibility of dog ownership to the extent of keeping them on the lead etc. To let them have a free run meant driving somewhere. Campo life here gives our dogs more freedom than we could give them back in the UK.
7.00am - can be quite chilly! Being summer though its shorts and t-shirt first up, by 9.00 am its nearly 20 degrees so why bother with jeans etc? Anyway, its a good wakeup - fresh mountain air, great views and the dogs get a good work-out.
Wouldnt swap it for the world :) For us the expanse of the campo is on the front door but such are the local villages in and around the area you wont have far to walk before letting the dogs go off and enjoy some freedom.