You’ll see me sitting on some tree trunks! Quite good camouflage.
Annie and Stanley took us to a new place to walk – East Sheen Commons. It’s wooded and full of little paths where I could run into …
And disappear into the woods – oh, the smells, the interesting sights and sounds. And coming out with muddy paws! But Georgie – well, he had behaved so badly the last week, he was not allowed off the lead. Can you imagine what will happen to him if he was let off.We will never get to go home.
Along the way we met Oscar – feel like we know him.There were some interesting sculptural installations …which I had to take a photo with.And then we saw the grand old dame, Winnie who looked like a sheepskin rug from afar as she sat there refusing to go near her owner. Eventually when she saw us hovering near her, she came over to see what we were doing.Annie, Stanley and George were helping the lady find some acorns so she can give them to the squirrels in her garden. That’s a good idea – maybe we can go to her garden to tempt those squirrels.
While I was sat on the other bench and surveyed the landscape One last run into the woods and Stanley was looking after me as I ran off again We left Sheen Commons and Annie drove us through Richmond Park and guess what we saw? A lot of deer!!! Gosh! I would love to run and chase after them!!!Mummy said – NO!!! Remember Fenton the dog that chased the deer. She was not having us do anything like that!