Thursday, 13 June 2019

One More Day!

Hi Woofers!

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

Here we are, getting all excited and looking forward to the wet of Scotland! Mind you, if we get lucky we will arrive on the back of the storm clouds and ride into the camp site on a wave of sunshine!

This morning we headed for the sea shore for our normal walk, out of the car we get and have a good sniff across the football field.

As we walked around the corner we bumped into a monster woofer the size of a horse!

It was enormous, I mean it was big, ugly and slobbering all over the place!

OTL managed to get in between this monster me and I ran off a bit to get away. Then this thing took a fancy to Holly and lolloped over to have a sniff but OTL, after taking a picture, just for the record, he managed to get this thing's attention and allowed Holly to get past and off she went like the woofer was after her!

You look tasty!
 The owner of this thing came around the corner with another monster on a lead and called out to  this thing.

Hey! He called, 'Bear' come here!

Of course this monster took no notice of his TL and kept sniffing OTL!

Then, having got bored, he lolloped off!

We have never seen them before and we will be watching out for them!

As we carried on the rain started and it got worse and worse and before long it was enough to wash off all the slobber that monster had left on OTL's jacket!

And more rain is still up in the clouds!
Back home we got a good rub down with our towels and as a thank you to OTL, we let him use our towels to dry off his trousers that were soaking wet!
 they did!
Lunchtime the rain eased off enough for us to get out again and the flowers opened up across the field, looked right pretty!

A proper wild flower meadow!
OTL spotted this butterfly flitting about and came to land on the plant, OTL says it looks like a Small White!

He is getting good at spotting butterflies.

A Small White having a rest!
OTL says that he plans to take his Moth Trap with him when we go on holiday so he can see what moths are around the campsite in Scotland.

Who knows, we may find the Wild Haggis Eating Gnasher Moth!

Now, we reckon that getting stabbed is something to make a fuss about, I mean, If you yelp and moan in a pained way you get even more nibbles and cuddles! Archie Babe has just got to get crafty!

See you all tomorrow!


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