Work has started to repair flood damage caused to the West Coast Main line near Carlisle.
We were approached a few days ago to see if we would try out the Lathams light dry food and, with Buster being quite fussy with his food due to his kidney problem, we thought we should give it a go.
Thanks to the postman and the Beagle Bakery we had some handmade biscuits to enjoy as a special treat over the weekend.
With the schools reopening this week Buster and I had a simple wager, as to when the first christmas catalogue would come through the door.
‘Christmas is coming’ said mum as she arrived home this evening clutching a big bag of sprouts. ‘Woof and double woof’ we replied, scurrying around her trying to get our sniffers into the bag. Readers of our blog may have read that we love our sprouts and when they are in season we just can […]
On our walk today we have spotted the first signs of spring. A number of snowdrops have started to appear standing proud above the muddy grass in our park. These small flowers, in groups of 5 or 10 flowers stand only 15cm or so above the very dirty grass and are a sure sign spring […]
It was great to get out on Tuesday and get a walk alongside the river with the sun casting long shadows on the ground. The recent bad weather caused many of the rivers and streams to flood and it seems the wind may have damaged the tennis blister, as it lies on the ground all […]
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 […]
Following on from our walk, and after another drink, we got into the car whilst mum and dad went around the local church. St Mary’s Church Wreay is a gem according to Mum. It has recently undergone some thorough renovations and is a fantastic place to visit, she says. St Mary’s was built between […]