Today’s picture is of our loopy Munsterlander Alfie, who quietly tolerated being dressed up as an Arab. He is a fruit loop but we love him
After a hot game of golf, I returned home to an amazing moussaka washed down with some mead, thanks to our house guests, Estella and Andy. There’s even a little left for tomorrow…. Bagsey is in for the leftovers …. Nom nom
A bit of a weird photo today, featuring a very chewed Croc, belonging to my wife. It quite often finds itself on the back of the sofa, thanks to Alfie, who seems to have adopted it as his favourite toy…… It is a common occurrence to find just one shoe (usually when you’re in aContinue reading “August 10th – When you have a Large Munsterlander….”
Another lovely sunset this evening, watched with nice G&T. We are so lucky have a rural outlook towards the west at the rear of our house.
Just a few minor finishing touches required to my lock-down project, but the move from the old to the new workshop has commenced. This will enable us to clear out the cabin and renovate it into a garden bar / summerhouse. It has been hard work, but good fun. If a carpenter saw it, heContinue reading “August 9th – Workshop…”
Today’s picture is of a sunflower in the garden that we didn’t intend. This imposter appeared under a tree where we hang a bird 🐦 feeder. I wonder what else will appear?
Dis is Alfie on pops puter…… He and mama takes us to de seasides today, and we splashes in da seas wiv our friend Sweep. He is sort of a flatcoat with a few bits added. He’s a lucky boi cos he lives by the seaside wiv his Mama Anna. Anna and my mama haveContinue reading “August 7th – Alfie’s post”
This time last year we came home with this nutter. We have owned many different breeds over the years, including a number of spaniels (renowned for their mad characteristics), but Alfie (a Large Munsterlander) is in a different league. It is difficult to summarise in words, but i’ll give it a go ….. Gentle giant;Continue reading “July 29th – This way Dad!”
Today’s picture is of a couple of horses residing at HillHouse Farm, an equestrian centre situated close to our village. It is lovely to see the stunning horses, which often results in a ‘neigh’ greeting as we walk past on a bray day, although it has been a lot quieter since the Corona Virus outbreak.
A bit of a different picture today, as it is from my phone after a spin session. I have really missed the ‘adrenaline buzz’ after a good spin session, and thankful that we can get back in a safe manner, with lots of bike wipe downs and more space between bikes as they have beenContinue reading “August 1st – Data”