Whilst on a shopping trip earlier this week my human dad spotted one of his favourite foods on a supermarket shelf.
Fully recovered from my recent bout of the nasties I thought I should take dad out on a long walk to work off some of the Christmas pudding.
Just a quick post to wish all of my readers a Happy Christmas and to share with you my special Christmas tree.
Christmas is a time for lots of twinkling lights and the strange tradition of humans bringing trees into the house.
Falling from the trees like the first snowflakes from the skies, the leaves are taking on their rich autumn colours as winter approaches.
Today we were going to go for a short walk through the woods at the edge of Kingstown, north of Carlisle.
Many of the animal charities start to struggle at this time of the year as demands for their services increase. Centres operated by the RSPCA are looking after more pets and wildlife than ever before after a following a busy festive season. Christmas, coupled with the cold weather, saw the charity’s services throughout England and […]
Week three or is it four weeks now that the temperatures have remained below zero in many parts of the county. Our regular walk to the park to check on the unfreezing puddle indicated that in part the water has become solid with ice. However, it is very thin and mum stopped us walking on […]
It is officially a white Christmas 2009 according to the boffins at the Met Office and the BBC . The first time for 5 years they say. Our day started with a quick walk in the park then back home to our prezzies. Here is a gallery of our day so far. [slidepress gallery=’happy-christmas-2009′] Thank […]
Frosty ground and brilliant sunshine – just perfect for an early morning walk and that is exactly how we started the day. Mum and dad promised that we would get out today ahead of the forcasted snow, which as yet has not arrived. Buster has taken to wearing his fleecy jacket at this time of […]