Sunday, 3 April 2011

Auntie Sheila to the Rescue

Hello Woofers!

Daisy & Holly back again.

Hello to Trev Cannon who has signed up as a follower, good on you Trev!

What a super day! It started out a little cloudy today but soon cleared up to let the sun out to play. Just like us, we went out with Old Two Legs to have a play on the beach at high tide.

High Tide Sniffin
It's great at High Tide 'cos all the sniffs are in one line along the beach, and, you don't get your paws all muddy!

We stopped to watch a fisherman trying to teach his worms to swim. Just as he was going to help the worm by throwing it out into the deep water, the worm jumped off the end. So the fisherman had to get another worm out of the box!

Worm has second thoughts about swimming!
We thought it was a great laugh, until Holly suggested that it would be a good way to teach me how to swim!

As I said to her................On Yer Bike Sister!

A little while later we met up with Royalty, in fact it was the Queen.

OTL took a photograph to prove it!

Red Tailed Bumblebee Queen
Not the best picture in the world but you can see her tongue dipping into the gorse flower.

When we got back Holly wanted to write a story about the Queen Bee but found that she couldn't keep awake. She said it was writers block, I reckon it was too much lunch!

Holly gets writers block, on a full stomach!
Last night OTL and The Missus went out for the evening and left us all on our own, again!

It wasn't so bad, we had the whole house to ourselves, but around ten we wanted to have a wee before going to bed. Holly was getting a little uncomfortable, then the front door opened and Auntie Sheila came in to let us into the back garden!

She is an absolute angel, so we gave her a big kiss!

Certainly saved Holly from making a mess in the kitchen!

See you tomorrow!


Daisy & Holly


  1. I like the picture of the Bee, hope you and Holly kept your noises away.

  2. Have you tried the new beach yet, it looked good on the telly.
    You should have got someone to take a picture of you trying swim, now that would have been something