I hope everyone do be well. I is having a lazy evening after a lovely walk at Decoy Country Park, what does be at Newton Abbot. That does be 12 miles from where I lives. We tried to go to Haldon Forrest, what is closer, but it did be very busy wiv hoomuns on their bikes, what I fink they got from Santa Paws. If there lots of bikes (what I do like to chase sumtimes) we avoid it, so that I dosen't have to worry about getting distracted by the bikes.
It was lovely to see the sun shining again
There was lots to sniff and see. There was lots on the lake, like some of dem Swans again....
But a bit close to those Swans if you ask me! Not sure I would like that one little bit! The only fing about Decoy is that I can't be off the lead all the time, they have 'areas' where its ok to be off and some where it not. But I was on my extendable so did still get to explore lots.
I liked to dip my paws and get some of da mud off!!
Mum did keep taking photo's and sumtimes Dad and me did go off to do our own exploring and let Mum catch up when she done. So sumtimes she did manage to snap us wivout us knowing!! Cheeky.
There was lots of other dogs there, I did see lots of other Jack Russells, and a runny Spaniel and some Westies and all sorts! At one point, I was so excited I didn't know what to do so I did do this....
Possibly the stillest I've ever been!
And then at one point we did see some Ducks, they was tucked away on the lake and they looked very nice.
Then at the end, I was being told I was very muddy AGAIN and that I would have to have a bath when I got home, now this did make me still again for the second time on the walk, while I did fink fings over.
I did decide that it had been a loverly walk, and that I had enjoyed getting muddy, and sniffing, and meeting new dogs and everyfink. So if I had to have a bath, I was ok with that.......*looks around and whispers* since we got home, noone has mentioned the B word again, so I is keeping quiet and hoping I as got away wiv it!