We have been having a bit of a heatwave this week, so to make the most of it She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed decided we would spend the day on the beach today. We took my sausages to play with and I carried them,
Sunday, 27 May 2012
I competed in the Olympics today, not your humans Olympic games but our very own K9 Olympics which were held at Sarnau while we were waiting for the Olympic flame to come past, and organised by Aberporth and district dog club. The K9 Olympics are obviously much more important than the human ones because they were held first. I competed in the decathalon and a race against the stopwatch. There was also long jump, high jump, football for dogs and basketball for dogs. There was a beer tent and hog roast for humans and tennis for children.
There were lots of police bikes, it looked like all the police in Wales was here. Good job most of the people were here as well or lots of crimes could have happened!
Friday, 25 May 2012
Well it really was Adventure Thursday this week!She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed decided we would go to the Wild Life Park at Cilgerran, http://www.welshwildlife.org/visitor-centres/the-welsh-wildlife-centre/. When we set out there was a thick sea mist, and we could hardly see the bus coming, let alone any wild animals, I mean is this really a good idea, the wolves escaped a few years ago what if they didn't catch them all they might think I'm one in the mist and shoot me by mistake! Anyway we got on the bus and sat next to a grumpy man who didn't think dogs should go on buses, She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed said I was better behaved than most children and ignored him for the rest of the journey. When we got to Cardigan the mist had cleared so I didn't have to worry about being shot in mistake for a wolf.
Cardigan from the new bridge.
We got off the bus and crossed the river Teifi by the new by-pass bridge and went down some steps to the path along the side of the river which runs on the old Cardigan /Whitland railway track which was built from furnace waste to carry slate from the quarries and closed in the 1960's by Beeching. On one side you have the river and on the other the Teifi Marshes.
looking across the Teifi Marshes
While we were eating these canoeists went past,I wish I could go in a canoe.
Luckily it was a nice bus driver and he didn't mind me being a bit wet and muddy.
Friday, 18 May 2012
Yesterday was Adventure Thursday! She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed has decided that we are going to do 'Something Special' every week and as she has nothing else on on a Thursday that will be the day. Well we will have to wait and see if it really does happen every week, but it did yesterday, we packed some lunch and got the bus to Patch because we haven't been there for ages and ages and I really love it there. The tide was out when we got there, (only not quite as much as in this picture, which was taken a while ago) and we walked as far as we could amongst the rock pools,
I wonder where we'll go next week.