Monday, 3 October 2016

Getting ready for our holiday!

Hi Woofers!

Daisy, Holly, Miss May, Miss Wendy and Freddy de Ferret here!

Wot a super day it has been today, well for us it has! We aren't bothered by that big storm across the Pond, 150mph winds!

Our weather machine thingy on top of the house says that today our maximum wind speed has been 2.5mph!

We were up early and down the beach where we spotted the water steaming! Now, on the way we had seen the mist all over the fields so mist over the water was to be expected!

River Mist?
We said hello to Dave the Westie who was out on his morning stroll along the Sea Wall, we all had a woof and a sniff and Dave got his tail tickled by OTL!

Once again that Miss May pinched my ball while I was trying to bury it! Mind you, OTL managed to rescue it before she buried it under the hole she was digging!

Hey ! Shorty! Giss me ball back!
Back home Old Two Legs received instructions on getting the caravan cooker sorted out.

So, off we went to the menders but not with the caravan, instead we took the video cam with us!

OTL had been crafty and taken a video of the cooker!

So, there he was, in the menders with three engineers gathered around the video screen offering advice!

OTL then went around the caravans on show and poked his nose in the ovens!

Having got all that sorted we headed for home and a trip down the beach again!

I had a great time, I was in for another swim and then, as a special treat for me, I had a good roll on the sand!

You just can't beat a good roll!
 Of course, then I was covered in sand and stuff, so I just had to have another swim to wash all the sand off my back!

........................and now for another swim!
 While I was having fun in the sea Fred and Wendy were ferreting around the rocks looking for Nargles!

Nargle Hunting on the shore!
 Miss Holly Chops had decided to pass on the Nargle Hunting and of course she kept well away from the water!

Why don't you lot just do sniffs like every other Four Legs?
Mind you, all this talk of frogs has us all looking in our pond but we couldn't find any sniff of frogs anywhere. OTL reckons that the frogs are hiding in our 'Wild Life' section of the garden where there is loads of weeds and stuff that may hide slugs and other food that frogs eat!

We will be keeping a close watch on the Wild Life area!

See you all tomorrow!


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