Monday, 18 June 2018

Sally's Walk!

Hi Woofers!

It's McDaisy, McHolly, Miss MacMay, Miss MacWendy, Eric de McFerret and Monty McSporran! back with you again!

Well, today has been a sunny day with just a little cloud but so far, no rain, but the forecast says there is a chance of rain before midnight but by then we will be tucked up with full tummies and snoring our tails off!

Back to today.

First thing this morning The Missus took Holly and I out for a walk on the beach, there was no one about at all!

We got back just after Old Two Legs had fallen out of bed and was staggering into the shower!

He decided that he would take Monty and Wendy out for a walk after finishing cleaning their cage but before taking May and Eric out!

Of course being ferrets they had a great time digging holes in the sand!

It's about the only time Wendy doesn't attack Monty!
 Mind you, Monty doesn't let his guard drop, Wendy has a habit of creeping up on him and giving him a quick nip behind the ear!

Now, where has she gone now?
 OK, all together now..................................SHE'S BEHIIIIND YOOOOOOO!

We don't have that trouble with May and Eric, they sorted out ages ago that she was in charge!

Don't stray too far dear, I don't want you getting lost!
On our way into the caravan park down a long and winding track there are some signposts pointing out foot paths that form part of the Kintyre Way which is a walking path for those hardy Two Legs who want to spend their holidays marching the pathways and tending blistered feet at night!

One of these paths also had a sign saying 'Sally's Walk'. Last year we saw this but never explored the path 'cos it was so warm and the sea was so inviting that we just didn't have the time!

This year we decided to investigate!

Leaving The Missus 'sorting out' her card making stuff we set off.

Now as I said before, this is part of the Kintyre Way and most of it is on the flat, so no mountains to climb!

To be honest, it is more like a forest path with a few flowers on each side of the path and tree lined in other parts.

A nice gentle path lined with flowers which set OTL's hay fever off!
There were patches of pine tree plantations which seem to fall over as a result of storms rather than harvesting!

Here be Nargles!
 Where the trees were scattered all about in a 'Natural' way, there were many different broad leaf trees including Oak, Ash, Silver Birch and Beech.

The path wasn't very wide but it seemed well kept, however, we didn't see any rabbits!

It would be OK if we could get off these leads!
OTL said he couldn't let us off the lead 'cos the were fields with sheep and lambs munching away on the grass. You think they would get fed up with grass, I mean, us woofers only eat grass if we get a tummy upset!

We got back to the caravan and OTL then took us down to the beach where we got to get off the lead!

I managed to get we half way up my tummy while Holly stayed up the top of the beach sniffing the dried sea weed!

What ever turns you on as they say!

Not sure what we got planned for tomorrow, TM said she wanted to get some more plastic boxes, Holly reckons there will not be enough room in the car for use AND the boxes!

See you tomorrow!


McDaisy, McHolly, Miss MacMay, Miss MacWendy, Eric de McFerret and Monty McSporan