Holiday woofs

By: Vicky

Jun 17 2013

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Category: Dogs, photography

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Hi everyone 🙂 It’s Little Sal here.

Jasp and I were a bit disappointed there weren’t any of our holiday pics on the post Fossil on the Jurassic, on our mum’s other blog.

So I’ve sneaked upstairs to post some.

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5 comments on “Holiday woofs”

  1. hello LS 🙂

    Pippa may well get round to replying in the next millennium. Otherwise you will have to make do with me.

    I like the alert pose at the Hal. No danger of RSI by the look of that.

    Buttercups. Must comment on that one. Had a university friend from south Wales who insisted on sticking them under all the boys’ chins asking if they liked butter in a silly sing-song accent.

    I daresay Pippa will bark more sense if he gets allowed to pop along …

    Nice slideshow, admire your skills 🙂

    • Hello Auntie roughseas 🙂
      Always nice to hear from you, it would be nice to hear from Pippa too, he has been very quiet lately.
      I learnt my skills from Harry when he used to blog 🙂

  2. Hi Little Sal. Your mum takes great pics, and quite a few of them… Great to see you all on the beach. It’s a place I’d like to visit and look for fossils too 🙂 EllaDee

    • Hi EllaDee,
      Yes, our mum is very snap happy 🙂
      We can certainly recommend Charmouth beach for us dogs and humans, there were lots of dogs digging in the sand helping their humans look for fossils. 🙂

  3. Hi Little Sal, enjoyed your post! What a lovely slideshow….


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