Monday, 24 April 2017
Brae was trying to friend a swan on face-brook. The swan telled him to get a life...
There is a big white Orse on the hill - he has been trapped by humans for years.
We is doing a sit down at the Seven Sisters country park. I is saying Cheese for the camera - Brae is finking about eating Cheese.
Brae said he would like to catch a snek at Snek river - I telled him he was an idiot for even thinking about it.
I has got some charming welly boots on from my ventures into a mire.
Brae finked the countryside needed dusting - so he pertended to be a mop (I dont know why we bring him along really)
If you squint really hard you can see the Wilmington Long Man carved into this hillock. Or you can just look at Brae being the Long Dog of Widdlington.
Ahh... the yellow fields of Spring were popping up everywhere.
I called Brae 'Billy no Mates', so he getted the huff and walked on his own......
I telled him we could be 'Billy no Mates' together
Dad said I needed a wash cos I stinked of pooey pond. Wilson is also getting a spring clean in the next Orse troff along
There was a lady walking through a gate at the bottom of this field with a samich in her bag - so we went to investigate - she said the samich was for her and that we should bugger orf.
We are lurking on the Grassy Knoll.... Watch out everybody
Here is the map fing that Tony under-estimates the miles with.
Thursday, 13 April 2017
Me and Brae met up with some uvver Sammy's in Hatfield Forest
As you can see we was havin a larf ROFL-ing all over the place (Brae did a funny joke about blowing off)....titter...titter
We is finking there were 26 doggies all borking at the same time
It looks like a load of sheepsees being taken for a walk, apart from the idiot going in the wrong direction.
Tylor, Brae, Zeena, Dexter, Skye, Bonnie, Clyde, Hiro, Cooper, Oscar, Mishca, Blizzard, Alaska, Loki, Maya, Felix, Nala, Hatchi, Simba, Sam, Bear, Kayto, Niko... cant remember the rest
It looks calm doesn't it?
Me, Brae and Dad are in this picture somewhere. The giant fluffer in the front should have been called 'Bear' cos he looked like he had eated too much honey.
Aww, it was all a bit fluff-tastic.