Delighted to meet Birkie today on Lamlash Green. Thanks to Arlene for sharing treats with me!! 🙂
Another lovely sunny day in Lamlash. We have had such a lovely run of good weather.
I met Birkie and his Mum Alene this morning on Lamlash Green. Thanks for sharing your gravy bones!
Thanks so much to Colin at The Arran Banner for his fabulous write up about Mum’s book “The Westie Fest”. All these people keep asking for my paw print now! 😉
General Assembly, so I stayed home with Dad this time. Oh I do enjoy trips home to Edinburgh.
Oh Thanks Auntie Janis, I like Ted’s treats too! 🙂
I know there’s a crab in here somewhere!! Come out, come out wherever you are!!
Everyone is in good spirits with this sunny spell. I get quite hot whilst on ‘bay watch’ from my balcony.
Lamlash has it’s own wee weather patterns and there’s always something very special about the sun over Holy Isle.
This was me in February with my tartan coat on.
Mum playing with her iPhone again this morning “panoramic view” – spot me searching for crunchy seaweed 🙂
I had a lovely wee paddle out in Lamlash Bay – fabulous.
On the way home I bumped into Maisie and Finn who come over to the caravan park up the road each year. Great to catch up with them again.
The house martins are buzzing, they still haven’t settled on their site for nesting.
I love having them to stay in our apex… Dad’s not so keen about the poo.
Here’s a snap of me nose to nose with a fledgling last year.
Mum didn’t trust me so the door was kept firmly closed… I wonder why? It is kinda cute 🙂
What a difference a day makes…Yesterday our walkies were in the pouring rain and I was soaked through three times!!
Today is like a summer’s day… phew I had to cool down in the water I was so hot.
Great meet up with Sadie, her Mum is always generous with gravy bones!!! Ted the new pup was splashing in the bay but hey, I had my treats so I didn’t really mind him running around daft.
The house martins are getting ready to nest… I wonder if they will be using our apex this year? I had close encounters with a chick last year… more about that next time!