Many birds are busy nest building in our garden and we are doing our bit to help with ample supply of soft warm fluff from our coats.
Damage caused by Storm Desmond to the Hadrian’s Wall National Trail in Carlisle has caused disruption to the popular walking route which may last a year.
Storm Desmond and the resulting floods in Carlisle have uncovered a treasure trove of artefacts including bottles and pottery.
Fuel prices affect all of us as it dictates the price of our food, our chews and how far our human mums and dads take us places for our walks. So it is great news to see both petrol and diesel below one pound once more.
Damage left in the wake of Storm Desmond and the flooding that occurred in Carlisle is slowly being revealed. However, the cost of repair may never be quantifiable.
This will be Rufus’ first Christmas and I have told him all about Santa…..only five sleeps to go!
As hail and heavy rain battered Carlisle earlier today we took a trip into Carlisle and were amazed at the damage to the Sheepmount Athletics stadium and the sporting facilities in Bitts Park.
Have we not been here before ? Memories from over a decade surface once more as many areas of Carlisle flood once more.
The campaign organisers for Electrical Safety First have asked Rufus and I to warn people about the risk of fire posed by unattended electrical chargers.
Keeping Rufus and I well fed is one of the main challenges facing our human parents on a daily basis, especially when we are out for a long walk and miles away from our normal food supplies of cans, kibble or just a piece of veg.
Escaping from the house leaving Rufus to face the clippers and training my human dad and I went in search of autumn colours along the banks of the River Eden in Carlisle.