bunn (bunn) wrote,

Tamar walk...

I understand that the rest of the country is a bit wet and blowy, but it's quite pleasant here.    Still trying to get ALL THE WORK done (to the point where I've started doing other work as a form of procrastination from the work I should be doing, apparently?  Madness...)   Anyway, I went to bed late, got up early and then eventually Rosie Roo persuaded me that she really really did need to go out, so we did. (Brythen rarely tries to persuade me to take him out, he just waits until I do.  He is such a good boy).

Here is Brythen posing by the Tamar.  What a handsome dog he is.

To my delight, I got a Dog Gene Test from PP for Christmas, which I am rather excited about.   It remains to be seen if genetics can detect anything more specific about Brythen's ancestry than Generic Dog X Dog.

Going out took a long time because I'd forgotten to eat anything but toast so I ran out of oomphs half-way around and had to slow to a crawl.  Also this photo was taken shortly before Brythen vanished briefly and came back without his bell.  On the plus side, he did come back very quickly, and Rosie Roo stuck with me the whole time, and I am rather hopeful that after a two and a half hour walk, they may let me off going out again this evening.
Tags: dogs, walks

  • Probably Ritual

    This Stick Man was erected last year in the first wave of enthusiasm during lockdown when lots of people put up banners and flags and so on…

  • January continues unabated.

    Yesterday I was a bit worried because Theo reacted to several dogs we saw. Lockdown fever again. He's still getting walks, but because of the…

  • The Day the Jazz Came

    I wrote this for a short story competition. It didn't get placed (there were 400 entries, apparently, so I don't feel too bad!) so I'm…

  • Post a new comment


    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded