Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Packing Up!

Eee-Up Woofers!

Daisy, Holly, Miss Snowflake and Mr Brambles here again!

Well, here we are again, the end of another holiday!

This morning we had to ask if we could go out for 'Walkies' first 'cos we missed out on our late night 'Wee' 'cos it was raining so much!

This morning the rain had stopped but it has left puddles the size of swimming pools!

On our walk, Old Two Legs spotted some bright red fungi, so, as normal, he just had to take a picture!

Little Bright Fungi

While he was playing, we were saying Bye Bye to Donna and all her mates.

Bye Bye Donna!
 OTL said that it was bright sunshine, two thousand feet above is! You could just see the blue sky between the 'Low Flying Clouds!

Bye Bye t'Moors
It has been great fun up here and we have seen some things we haven't seen before but it will be good to get back home and see our mates along the Sea Wall and tell them all about our holiday!

Holly said that next time we should try The Dales but I fancy a new place in Scotland, maybe Harris in the Outer Hebrides, or what about Skye?

More decisions for next year!

See you all tomorow!


Daisy, Holly, Miss Snowflake and Mr Brambles.


  1. Aaahh Daisy, it's always sad when a holiday comes to an end, especially one that has had so much for you to see and enjoy. I expect your friends along the sea wall will be very glad to see you back home and will want to hear your tales of Eee Be Gooms and Why eye Men. I hope TM is packing carefully so that she doesn't cause the caravan to drop off the back of the car on the way home. I hope OTL is making sure everything is shut properly as well, so that nothing is allowed to escape. The pictures up there have been beautiful, lovely scenery, locals and interesting places. Will you be traveling back tonight or having an early start tomorrow morning? Whichever, I hope you all have a safe and swift journey. Don't forget on the way home to sing loud "On Ikley Moor B'aht tat so that all the other motorists will know it's the Godwin Clan coming down the motorway and get out of your way to let you thru. Little Arch and I will be listening out, just in case you come down the A1. Love, licks and wags from little (standing at the end of the garden with one ear up listening) Arch xxxx

  2. Be sure to get into that car first and claim your spot what ever is left behind make certain it isn't you two and better to close your ears if OTL starts steaming at the ears trying to push everything in the caravan. It has been very nice to see all the pictures of the Moors and I am glad that you managed to say goodbye to Donna and her mates. Have a very good journey, soon be back on that sea wall catching up with all the news, take care, lots of hugs. XXXX XX