Looks like Jack Frost was here!

We met Bobby for a walk on Hampstead Heath and we were greeted by frost on the ground!YIPPEEE!!!



Would have been better if it was snow! But we’ll take what we can!

As we walked on the sun came out and soon there was just mist in the airThis Bassett Hound decided she wasn’t going anywhere and sat regally to enjoy the scenic views.
We were in the meadow just in front of Kenwood HousePhoto opp!
We walked on and today Mummy was very generous with her leniency – she didn’t mind my wandering into puddles. I usually get a “DON’T YOU DARE, MISSY!”  But today, she urged me into all the puddles!

You know why?This is where she took me to after our walk … to have a wash-n-fluff. She wanted me as muddied as possible to make it all worth the while.  But she still kept my Equafleece on because she still had to carry me in the tube! LOL!

But before we headed south, we stopped for lunch at the Spaniard’s Inn. Mummy wanted me to sit on this bench which reads –Charles Dickens found inspiration right here …” – she said it might help with my blogging! LOL!

May’s comment:  Along Spaniards Road (NW3 7JJ)just on the edge of the Heath is Spaniards Inn, one of London’s oldest pubs.  An oak-panelled atmospheric pub, said to have been built in 1585.  It also has great literary heritage.  It has been mentioned in Charles Dickens’s The Pickwick Papers And Keats supposedly wrote “Ode to a Nightingale” in the gardens.Of course it is dog-friendly!!!!


  1. Elizabeth Burman

    That looked like great fun Miss D! Happy New Year to you, Mummy and Georgie sweetheart.

  2. Jane Hamon

    Wow! The pub looks great!

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