This summer has been good fun so far, it could have been better but as always there has been too much doing nothing.
I also had a problem when these stupid vets made me sleepy and slipped on a lampshade around my head. Apparently I had a cut on my leg when I jumped a barbed wire fence but it seemed no problem to me. I was depressed about the lampshade, my master more depressed about how much it had cost him….why bother!
My summer so far (without the lampshade):
It all started with me keeping an eye on some sheep…
…before helping Debbie on the Coast to Coast, she needed me most…
…then a long and tiring round of the Arran Horseshoe and some undignified scrambling…
…just looking good…
…and a hot day on Ingleborough…
…a misty one on Scafell, but I, at least, knew the way…
…was followed with a family holiday on Muck and Eigg Islands…
…which I of course went to the highest point…
…so I had to rest in the cottage…
…before enjoying a roll in the grass…
….I returned to Scotland to practice my agility skills…
…and doing some compulsory view watching from the summit of Ben Vane…
…before a walk last week near Askrigg. Where’s the stream!
Winter photos of Mist March 2015
An Autumn climb of Crinkle Crags Nov 2014
Summer Days. Sept 2014
10 reasons to walk with a dog – June 2014
A winter of Mist in photos . Apr 2014
Mist on the Galloway Hills. Nov 2013
A Typical Walk with Mist. Sept 2013
Agile Mist & Video . June 2013
Mist of all Seasons. Apr 2013
Mist in the Moors. Dec 2012
Accommodation for Dogs. Sept 2012
Mist in Ullapool. July 2012
Dogs on Leads. May 2012
Mist on the Dales Way. March 2012
Mist, Snow & the Langdales. Feb 2012
Winter Woes Dec 2011
Frollicking Around Eskdale Oct 2011
Mist’s Summer Frolics Sept 2011
Mist Heads North July 2011
Early summer stay in Wasdale. May 2011
Mist & the outdoors in Spring. Apr 2011
Training Mist. Mar 2011
Loving the blog. Hope Mist is now fully recovered.
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