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Brian M
27th August 2010, 05:32 PM
Hi

A couple of pics of our week away in the dog freiendly cottage ,it was fine but a bit on the quiet side for places to go during the day so I really cant see us going back there we shall keep to The Lake District but at least we had no rain.:)

The Farm where we stopped my black Honda is in front of our cottage ,there were only two.

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Alonside the cottage there was a 5 acre doggy field this is the view west towards The Pennines.

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Poppy ,Lily and Rosie having a breather

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At the top of the doggy field were a few sheep and loads of rabbits ,I think the sheep have frightened Rosies on the left and Daisy is on the right legging back to me ,the wimps.

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Roises got a grip of Pops

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General cavorting ,Daisy is to the left munching grass.

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Dawn and Luke going into The Bowes Museum ,just outside Barnard Castle .There was a display by Sally Arnup with two life size bronze Cavaliers ,one at 8000 and the other at 12000 ,beautiful sculptures ,might get one if we go back.:)

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Thank You.:)

meljoy
27th August 2010, 07:39 PM
Brian,
It looks beautiful.....I wouldnt mind the peace and quiet:lpy:

dellis
28th August 2010, 08:04 PM
looks like a lovely place and as usual great photos of your beautiful doggies!:)

*Pauline*
28th August 2010, 09:23 PM
That looks beautiful. Why wouldn't you go back Bri?

sins
28th August 2010, 11:52 PM
That looks lovely Brian, so isolated and picturesque.
Certainly dog friendly and they looked so free and happy.
Sins

heather r
29th August 2010, 09:13 PM
Beautiful place and lovely photos of scenery and your girls!

I had to laugh at Rosie and Daisy being wimps. Yesterday I woke up to Abigail barking her heart out. It turns out that a flock(6) of wild turkeys came over our fence and made themselves at home. Later, thinking they were long gone, I let Abigail and our golden Kelsi out. They came back:eek:. Not knowing if the golden would go for them, I called the girls inside. Abigail was ready to do battle:badgrin:

Heather R