Saturday, March 5, 2011

Callan Park revisited

Gee, it's been a long time since we updated our blog. Our lives are generally not that exciting, just the same old, same old most of the time, so it doesn't seem that newsworthy or someone has forgotten the camera...

But this morning was lovely and cool, so we headed off for a romp in our favourite Callan Park.

It was a hospital grounds many years ago and there are wonderful old trees, garden features and stone walls still there to investigate.


And some great stuff to sniff too.



We played hide and seek with Neil and Kay. They are always amazed that we find them so quickly, but honestly, how easy is it to sniff out your human??

And lastly, here is a recent tongue-shot for Anna's Spectacular Tongue-Tacular contest. This was on a warmer day and our tongues were lolling.

9 comments:

  1. You all look very happy!! Nothing like a good walk with your peeps :)

    Wyatt and Stanzie

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  2. Hi Ruby & Gracie, nice to meet you both! I found you in Anna's blog. Callan Park is a beautiful place. I can tell you two had a fun time there. Also, love your tongue picture. It's great!

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  3. Callan Park is very pretty. What a neat footbridge, Ruby!
    Great tongue shots! Good luck with the contest!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

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  4. I love that bridge, and steps! the second and last photos are great, I don't think my tongue is as long as yours ;) looks a nice place for a walk.
    See Yea George xxx

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  5. That's a cool park with fancy bridges and everything! And that's some fancy tongue shot you got there as well! Nice to meet you!!

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  6. What a pretty park and what fabulous tongues!!
    Love,
    Janie

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  7. Pretty park!! Love that bridge and red rails along the walkway. You two are so good to be off leash. I've always gotta be on mine.

    Love,
    Rudy

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  8. Guys, We love that fancy bridge and walk way. Thanks for showing us. It's good to take our humans on their walks...they like it ;)

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