Daddy wasn’t pleased with the quality of the photographs he took on the Summer Garden Open Day, so the following Sunday we went out to Inchmarlo and took them again with his Nikon camera. It was a really good day for me because, on the Sunday lunch menu was Honey Roast Gammon, which I love! Head chef Colin served it after Mummy and Daddy finished their lunch, and by goodness did I devour it quickly!
One of my favourite Residents, Mrs Kirkbride, asked Daddy if I was there, he said yes and he asked her if she’d like a photograph taken with me – and of course – she said yes. So here we are sitting together outside in the sunshine, after she told me what a lovely dog I was.
We then walked up through the Alpine garden which was stunning, and then all the way up to the putting green.
Mummy and me chatting with one of the Home Owners.
Relaxing while Daddy takes more beautiful photographs!
I had a wonderful afternoon walking between the sunshine and the shade, sitting on benches while Daddy took more photographs. It’s a dog lover’s paradise because the Tree Register said that Inchmarlo has some of the tallest trees of their type in Britain (some of which you can see below) – and what dog can resist especially tall trees!
Daddy’s favourite tree.