Wednesday, 25 March 2020

Slippery Cows?

Hi Woofers!

Daisy, Holly, Miss Wendy and Eric de Ferret here again!

Well, he done it again! There we were thinking we would get an early run on the beach when  we were dragged back to the football field behind the houses where the frost was six feet deep!

I just hate frozen sniffs!
Needless to say, we didn't hang about and were soon back indoors cuddling the radiators!

Lunchtime it was completley different, the frost had gone but the wind got up and was blowing the sniffs around!

Holly catching a sniff from Sheerness on Sea, the last of the Kebab's!
You know that is always an interesting sniff from Sheerness, sometimes it's food and other times it's grease and oil!

Life is so interesting down here!

We had some fun searching out the s niffs in the grass and I must admit, we did have a roll or two when Old Two Legs wasn't looking!

Wait until he goes past then we'll have a roll!
OTL had a different lens on the camera today, it's the one he uses for photographing bugs and such but the wind was blowing so hard that all the bugs stayed hidden in the grass!

No bugs means he had to go back to flowers.

As we were walking along, he said Ooh, a Cowslip! Holly misheard him and thought he said that a cow had slipped over but when we looked we couldn't see any cows anywhere!

All the way back to the carr I was calling out 'Mind the Slippery Cow'!

Another Slippery Cow!
He did spot one Ladybird having a snooze on a leaf but that was it, even the flies were getting blown about!

A Six Spot Ladybird!
 We took the long path through the woods Holly spotted a Grain Rock on the back of a bench, we weren't sure if it was an angel or a butterfly!

Well, it could be a butterfly!
 The path back to the car was mostly grass and there were some daisy's waving in the breeze.

I like daisies, pretty, just like me!
See you all tomorrow.


Daisy, Holly, Miss Wendy and Eric de Ferret.