Saturday, 1 October 2016

The Mystery of Archie's Shed!

Hi Woofers!

The Gang is back again, Daisy, Holly, Miss May, Miss Wendy and Freddy de Ferret!

We love Saturdays, an extra ten minutes in bed, a lazy breakfast and all day with Old Two Legs trying very hard not to do anything too strenuous!

The weather forecast wasn't too promising but we headed off to the beach. Just as we got out of the village we looked across the fields and saw the first signs of a serious Autumn, misty fields! 

Misty Morning Scene!
OTL stopped to take a photo then it was down to the beach.

We arrived and the first thing we saw was a Rainbow over the top of the hill. Although it looked pretty, we soon realised that the sun was shining through some rain to produce the Rainbow and we were in between both!

Very nice but we need to get a move on!
May and I had a quick game of 'Bury The Ball' but it didn't last long and OTL soon collected the ball and hid it in a Poo Bag!

No, I fancy burying it here!
In the end May decided to go for a run along the beach while Holly and I headed for the Grass Path and on to the car!

Just watch this, they don't call me The Flying Ferret for nothing!
Mind you, when we pointed out the rain clouds heading our way we almost had trouble keeping up with May!

Here come the rain!
We got back to the car just in time and it rained all the way back home!

Lunchtime Fred and Wendy came out with us and again it was OK at the start but soon the rain came down!

I don't like the look of those clouds!
Wendy wanted to dig a hole but after just a couple of paw full of sand she left it and we all ran for the car!

I just felt a drip on my nose!
By the time we got back to the car we were all wet!

So, by the time we got home we were all a bit wet and soggy!

Now that is a good excuse for a good towel down and then an afternoon snooze!

Now, we have been thinking about Archie Babes 'Visitors' under the shed. We had a visitor that took up residence under our shed and although OTL baited a rat trap with loads of goodies, we never caught him!

We haven't seen him for ages so we reckon he has moved on.

There was a time when we had mouses under the shed, according to The Missus but we never saw any.

Now, Nargles, that is more likely, those Nargles get everywhere and a nest of Nargles can be a real problem 'cos they keep fleas as pets!

Best of luck and don't get too close to the shed bottom, you never know what will come out!

See you tomorrow!


Daisy, Holly, Miss May, Miss Wendy and Freddy de Ferret.