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Tag Archives: dog walks
Regular as clockwork, She’ll stand by the door, Looking appealing, Tail wagging some more. On with the coats, Gloves and hats too, Off for a walk, Doggy wants the loo. Sniffs all the grass, Pee-mail messages there, Might leave a … Continue reading
We did things a bit back to front this morning by walking Maggie before having breakfast. It is a lovely day today, the sun is shining, it’s really mild out, and there is no wind. We walked through the park … Continue reading
I took the dog out on my own this morning and as soon as I opened the front door (well actually we only have the one), the noise of the sea was almost deafening. I decided rather than walk round … Continue reading
Maggie and I were up first this morning. It was a beautiful day, such a contrast to the heavy rain and wind we had during the night, but we have discovered this since our time here, so I wasn’t exactly … Continue reading
On the boat, we would follow (and anticipate) bad weather on the accuweather site. Rising water levels weren’t a worry as we’d rise with them, but a few times the boats on the river were cut off from the land … Continue reading
After a disturbed night with fireworks going off at midnight to half past and a cowering dog under the bed, we awoke to a beautiful, if chilly day. I rang the hospital this morning and the Staff Nurse said Mum … Continue reading
Hubby did a favour for a friend yesterday so I was left to my own devices for an hour or so. Actually, I had over five hours to myself, and got quite busy! I walked Maggie first thing on my … Continue reading