Good morning Bloggers. We're home safe and sound from a very windy Scotland before the ash cloud struck. As you can see from the photo, Larry feels the cold these days. He had been out for a walk wearing his coat but started to shiver when we got back in so I put his fleece on and wrapped him in a trusty blue blanket. He soon settled and was sound asleep in no time.
Solo had a whale of a time trying to get into the rabbit warrens by the airport perimeter fence. Fortunately he was on an extending lead but still managed to get his head and neck down so was very dirty the day before showing.
I spoke to Diane Herbert and her brother in law is quite poorly so she has no one to look after her dogs so can't get to any shows. She's missing them and meeting up with everyone but sends her best wishes to you all.
I spent some time ay SKC looking for an orange collar for “Guinness”, the standard poodle to wear to Clair's wedding. We wanted one with a bit of bling on it. I've found someone who makes plaited ones and he can weave in beads and things but would be grateful if anyone knows where we could get one with rhinestones. It has to be orange because that's the colour the bridesmaids are wearing. We're off to Bath on Friday. We're on first for a change and there are 20 dogs entered. Good luck to all those showing. Enid
Thank you Enid Larry does look quite miserable in the photo but as we all get older we start to feel the cold. I bet he was feeling better in no time. the fleece looks really snuggling and warm. Do hope you enjoyed your birthday and we will look forward to seeing your flower arrangement from Elwyn’s bouquet.