Sunday, 5 May 2019

Wendy has a Problem!

Hello Woofers!

Daisy, Holly, Miss May, Miss Wendy, Eric de Ferret and Monty de Ferret here!

What a change from yesterday, this morning when we went out the wind was still blowing but it didn't feel so cold.

Well, actually it was still cold enough to be noticed but with the slight drop in wind it didn't feel so cold, if you know what I mean!

Both May and Eric declined the offer of a walk first thing this morning and at lunchtime Wendy and Monty were fast asleep, so it was just Holly and I who had to brave the cold!

Sunrise was one of those uninspiring events that serve to disappoint rather than inspire!

Not the best sunrise this year!
 One thing that Old Two Legs lets us do is to decide which path to take when we are out in the forrest. Some times we got left and sometimes we go right and just accasionally we confuss him rotten by going both left and right!

OK, You go left and I'll go right!
 With all the weeds chopped down, there seemed to be a terrible lack of interesting insects but OTL managed to get a shot of a Hover Fly, having a rest!

It's hard work flying against the wind!
 We came across this thing which OTL says is called a Fairy Moth 'cos in the sunlight they tend to gather together and if viewed at a distance, they look like fairies!

Adela reaumurella is one of two small day-flying moths with extremely long antennae known as "fairy" moths. These enchanting fairies dance in groups around bushes in sunlight and could well be mistaken for fairies at the end of the garden. Depending on the angle of the light, their wings change from black to metallic blue-green to shiny gold.
 This description has been copied from a web site about moths!

Back home OTL decided to put his feet up and read his book but every time he got going he was disturbed by a loud snoring sound!

Just for a change, it wasn't me and Holly was down stairs.

After an investigation we found out that it was Miss Wendy, laying on her back in the ferret bed, with her paws sticking in the air, snoring her tail off!

You know we sometimes wonder why these ferret get handed into the Ferret Rescue, I mean, such a sweet little gentle ferret.

With Miss Wendy, we think we have an idea.

Every so often OTL has to wash her butt and get rid of the ferret poo that has stuck to her tail. Of course, the loud snoring in the middle of the night wakes everyone up in this house!

It's a good job we love her!

See you tomorrow when we hope to have some tales of our adventures!


Daisy, Holly, Miss May, Miss Wendy, Eric de Ferret and Monty de Ferret.