Category Archives: Pets
Woodrow goes for a swim
Woody is usually white & very fluffy, especially after his bath, however today when Wilson went flying into the river after a stick, Woodrow followed! Then he wanted me to pick him up! Luckily it was not very cold today … Continue reading
A chilly Mothers Day
Spring has been springing, and I have been out in the garden recently for a few days without a coat, but not today! Temperatures down in the single figures again, a biting wind & drizzle on top. We felt very … Continue reading
I Haven’t had a chance to post on here for ages, I’ve been doing a photography class & we have lots of homework, my youngest daughter is going to University in October & we’ve been visiting lots of different ones… … Continue reading
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Bare Feet
Dear Cee How on earth did you know I had just taken this photo? I haven’t been able to blog for quite a while, I’ve hardly been able to keep up with the Weekly Photo Challenges, but this week I … Continue reading
Another type of ‘Dreamy’
Any excuse to include a picture of Wilson! This Week’s Photo Challenge; Dreamy
Weekly Photo Challenge: Room
No matter where he is, Wilson always generates a LOT of room when he does this! This week’s photo challenge is Room
Weekly Pet Challenge; Newts!
While watching our new fish settle into our pond, I noticed some more inhabitants Our pond is full of frogs, but its great to see a big fat newt too! He looks like she is chewing on the frogs leg? … Continue reading
In case you’ve been missing him, here’s Wilson!
With a stick. His absolute favourite occupation!
A very big Rabbit!
We were out walking with Wilson at the weekend and we came across this: A VERY big rabbit that didn’t run!! Wilson who normally Loves chasing rabbits, squirrels and pheasants took a bit of time over this one, and eventually … Continue reading
A video of Myrtle
Following on from my photo of Myrtle eating a strawberry for Michelle’s weekly pet challenge a few weeks ago, a few of you asked for a video of Myrtle! Here is a short video I took today of Myrtle in … Continue reading