Hi Bow!!!! You’ve grown since we last saw you. You are as big as Georgie now. You might get even bigger than him. Poor little Georgie, all our friends seem to outgrow him – in size.
There was a lot of beach for us to run
And run we did! Madly, Wildly … Freely!George had very little regard for the works of art on the beach.I was slightly more respectful.Bow tried to play with us but she’s too little for our rough and tumble waysMaybe when she’s a little older, she might run with us more.When it came to treats, we were all on even grounds.There was no shortage of dogs on the beach!!!It just seem so normal for us to be there.
Of course we had to go to the Beach Cafe for lunch – it is famous for being dog friendly And just in case there was any need, there were parking places for us – but there was no need for that as dogs sat both outside and inside the cafe. We sat in!The Beach Cafe was voted the Champion of “Be Dog Friendly” awards in 2014. I wonder who else had won?
And in case any of use were a little grubby after a beach walk, there was a “Wash ‘n’ Wag” station. Pretty simple instructions … but Mummy said – “where’s the shampoo?“Not a pet spa, Mummy, just a rinse-off station.
We really had done quite different things yesterday.
May’s comment: What a fabulous beach outing! When we started walking, I made a comment to the effect of – “Look! There’s a dog!” Sandra basically said – there are A LOT of dogs here. I didn’t understand what she meant but as we walked along first the wooded areas before we got to the beach, it became clear to me.
And what’s with the people? Everyone was so nice! Greetings, smiles, conversations – about the dogs! Must bottle up that air and bring it to London!!!