Friday, 8 May 2015

Why is it?

I love having Buster to stay. I really don't want a dog full time but two weeks of wagginess seems lovely. Especially as I never have to do the last walk at night,or the first in the morning ! Pretty perfect in my book! He is so handsome.

 

And add to that a pretty special Westie friend who lives up the hill with Andy's sister and the combination seems special .

 

If ever you are near Bovey Tracey have a little break here.
Everyone thought it pretty special!

Especially Buster!

 
 

Plans can be made for walks,and walks can get dotted with food! And the cafe seemed perfect. Opened by the leading light of the Asburton Cookery School. And yet ....

 

The food was ..mediocre ... Never mind we had a lovely day. It's often the way. Why is it?

 

9 comments:

  1. He is such a cutie. How disappointing to be served mediocre food. Funny isn't it how the best food is where you least expect it.

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  2. Buster sounds like a great houseguest!! Good company and will be gone again before he becomes a nuisance! Glad you are enjoying having him to stay. xx

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  3. That place looks like lots of doggy fun! he's a love, nice to have somewhere to stay for two weeks that's friendly. X

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  4. Rhododendrons are in bloom around here, too, Linda. It is fun to see places around you that remind me of places near me even though we live across The Pond from each other :) I'm sorry the food was disappointing, but glad that all in all you had a good day. Please give Buster more love pats from me. xx

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  5. Buster looks like a dandy doggie.. nice of you to care for him. It looks like a lovely place to hike. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  6. How lovely that Buster gets to enjoy his holiday with you, and that walk looks just lovely. Pity about the food though!
    Xx

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  7. It looks like you are having a great time dog sitting Buster. He is no doubt getting quite spoiled. :-)

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  8. Buster looks as though he really enjoys coming to visit, too!

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  9. Buster is beautiful. Mum had a "Buster" but he was called Hamish! He loved water too ^_^ That looks like such beautiful walk. xox

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