Today we went for a walk in Kenwood Park with Rusty and Lucca. It’s been awhile since I’ve seen two of my oldest friends.We were always three apricot amigos plus Dash who couldn’t come today. We go back to almost the first Hyde Park Cockapoo meet more than three years ago.Kenwood House in the park was once a stately home. We made believe that this is the house of “Mr. Darcy” – so we thought we’d take a photo of me and my amigos with “my house” 🙂Rusty, why are you looking at the house?
Lucca, why are you not looking at the camera?
Kenwood House is on a lovely park –From the park, we could see the skyline of London in the distance.We walked on and met some other ones just like us …Somewhere along the way Lucca wasn’t coming along with us. His mummy went looking for him and came back carrying Lucca. What’s wrong, Lucca?He didn’t like walking on prickly things? Now who ever said I was spoilt?
There’s also a place where we can stop for tea.Look at those cakes!Rusty was really focused
He had the right idea – get under the arms to get closer to the platesBut alas, no! The hoomans said we could have crumbs!
Crumbs? I don’t mind crumbs.Come on Lucca, let’s see who can get to that one measly crumb!
While Rusty looked to see if maybe he can have a slurp of cappuccino!Thank you for a lovely day.
May’s comment: Since Darcy came into my life, I have met so many new people. Some have become more than just fellow doggy owners. We’ve got to know about each other’s lives.Always thankful and grateful for the world Darcy introduced me to.
Humans and cockapoo friends.Kenwood House is a former stately home, in the north of London, on the boundary of Hampstead Heath. Managed by English Heritage and open to the public. Dogs are not allowed in the house and dogs have to be on the leash in the parts in front of the house.P.S. No George today – he had a playdate with Maddie. And we wanted a peaceful, uneventful walk. With George, it is never uneventful!