Sunday, 26 February 2012
The sun has been out, spring is on its way, and I've spent a good part of the weekend out in the garden. The only down side to this is the noise restrictions. Now I'm a fairly vocal dog, it's got to be said, and there's always so much to comment on. There was bouncing Bonnie from over the road doing a fair bit of woofing herself yesterday. It would have been rude not to reply. Then there's Basil from next door. He's getting on a bit now and, to be honest, his heart's not in it as much as it used to be, but I like to exchange a few pleasantries with him through the gap in the hedge. Henry next door on the other side is too quiet a dog for any useful dialogue, but that still leaves crows flying overhead, squirrels, rabbits, horses cip-clopping along the road and then just a bit of barking for the fun of it. There's never a dull moment. The only problem is 'Them Indoors' don't like it and imposed a ban some time ago. Too much barking and I get sent in with a sharp scolding. I've tried barking with a ball in my mouth in the hope that this doesn't count, but apparently it does. Sometimes however, I just have to go for it and live with the consequences. They usually relent and let me back outside again after a bit. All good fun.
Posted by Blog Writer at 04:04