What a week in Wales it has been!
If I were asked to sum my holiday up in one word, I’d say…umm…’woof’. Just kidding. Dogs only ever say that in books 🙂
Seriously though, this photo pretty much tells you everything you need to know:
One hundred mile walk complete. Where next, Dad?
But, as much as it has been awesome, I am really looking forward to getting into my own bed tomorrow. There’s no place like home.
Yesterday we went to Dad’s favourite castle: Caergwrle (no, that’s not a dog spelling, it’s a Welsh one).
It was up a really steep hill, so Mum took hold of my lead and I pulled her all the way up, which she was genuinely grateful for…everyone else was trailing behind having a breather! At the top, there were some brilliant ruins to explore.
Ready, set, go!
I know it says ‘dogs on the lead’ but that surely only applies to normal dogs?
sniffed seen everything up at the summit, we made our way back down to the town where we had lunch in a little sandwich bar. After sitting up proudly like a good boy, everyone gave in to my charms…mmm…turkey…ham…cheese…sausage. Yum.
Later in the day, Mum and Dad took me out to the park again (because I’d managed to do a really convincing impression of needing the bathroom…hee hee). Then, Uncle Jeremy and Auntie Lucy came round for dinner.
Auntie Lucy is lovely and I wanted so badly to kiss her face. Uncle Jeremy, on the other hand, was carrying a crutch because of his hurt leg – so naturally I barked at him ridiculously loudly until he put the offending item down and gave me a tasty treat.
All in all, not a bad day!