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.
Autumn has certainly arrived in Cumbria with the cold morning air and the golden coloured trees.
After all the bangs and pops from fireworks last night I thought I should go for a leisurely walk around Dalston this morning for some fresh air and sniffs.
Looking back through the photographs taken during 2012 we noticed that we did not report on our trip to the villages of Great Orton and Thursby.
Big excitement this morning as we ventured into the garden for our morning constitutional as all our sniffs had disappeared under a blanket of white stuff. Charlie chased the floaty flakes trying to grab them on his tongue whilst I tried to talk to it with a few well directed woofs. The flakes made no sound as […]
The public bonfire display is starting to take shape. It looks like a stage like structure made of wood and many wooden pallets. After the recent rain the field is really starting to churn up now as the workmen build the great bonfire. This seems like a good time to ask humans to think […]
Another showery day but we managed to get to the park for a quick walk. Autumn has certainly arrived and the trees have turned from green to a multitude of colours or red, orange and everything in between. Charlie ran through the leaves wondering why they kept falling onto him as he ran around the […]