Not a great week. early on at least for Stella’s Summer Diary Hey guys you all know about Stella, my almost thirteen year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. I thought i would give you an extract from her Summer Diary Well it has been a pretty torrid week for her, and us! She did not eat …Continue reading "Stella the Staff’s Summer diary, the diary of a thirteen year old staffy"
Dog walkers of Fridaywoods, we have a huge problem one that is threatening our access to the beautiful woodlands. That problem is pictured above and in case you haven’t worked it out yet, they’re not Christmas Decorations, They are Poo Bags!!!!!!!! I very much doubt it is the readers of the Facebook Group that you …Continue reading "We’re Losing Ground, Fridaywoods is under threat"
In Search of Storm Brian Stella and I stepped out this morning expecting to be dodging high winds and stepping around fallen Boughs and wind swept debris but the reality of Storm Brian was much tamer. Yes there were a lot of leaves, however it’s autumn apart from the fact there were a lot if …Continue reading "In search of Brian and the remaining colour of autumn in Fridaywoods "
First Run for a while On the Run again Having bought some of the most comfortable trainers I have ever warn, from Adidas, they have a soft collar rather than a tongue. I decided to test myself this morning, my first run for ages, only a total of about a mile, but it felt good …Continue reading "Let’s test yourself go for a Run"
Bull Terrier Ok the words Staffordshire Bull terrier combined with cows ahead is something Stella might like the sound of, but not me, first Stella,.you work as a pack and secondly you’re a bitch with not much weight behind you. So we have, much to Stellas disgust, turned on to a different route, going towards …Continue reading "Stella, you’ve a cows chance in Hell"
Well it’s a week or so since my Indian Summer post, I couldn’t have been more wrong. Today the summer‘s fans go back on the loft and whilst I’m up there I’ll move the Christmas decorations nearer the hatch. As Stella and I begin our Sunday morning trek the heaters are both on in the …Continue reading "Indian Summer my arse"
My first visit in a while walking the wick, which should be considered a Nature reserve, with Stella my trusty side kick. It late August and the objections have all been registered, im.told by somebody in the know about these things that the planners will try to do d a way around the objections. It …Continue reading "Walking the wick. Day 2 of my new regime "
So it finally came, Friday evening, and a well deserved weekend break for Stella, Louise and I. But Stella and I are out for our evening walk around Monkwick and the back of the barracks. Just to mark this, I believe a stag beetle, whether male or female I know not, but we saw this …Continue reading "A Friday night wander with Stella the Staffy Bull "
Some spectacular lightning and a little rain yesterday, around London at least, has had a good affect on the air it us significantly cooler and the air less muggy. The air is fresher and the dawn chorus is well under way. It’s 430am on a Friday in June and I’m off to Lichfield shortly, so …Continue reading "A calmer, cooler start to the day "
After our walk this morning and a little bit of editing, we headed for Earls Colne the home of both my mother and my mother in law. As small village just outside Halstead on the Essex Suffolk border. According to the weather it hit around 27 and tomorrow may break the 30 degrees. But today …Continue reading "The hottest day of the year to my knowledge in earls colne"