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Easter weekend

Wed 27 April 2011

I like Easter.  Auntie D is here for four days – she doesn’t go to that place called “work”.  We had a long walk with Ti on Friday morning – he stayed over Thursday night, and we both jumped on the bed early on Friday to make sure Auntie D got up and took us out.Zappa and Ti

Auntie D had a friend to stay – S – who soon worked out that tummy-tickling is the accepted method of paying for your lodging.  And very good at it she was too!

On Sunday we all went to the Lake District.  The only down-side was that I had to wear my harness in the car.  Auntie D and S did get a bit of a surprise tho when I appeared in the front seat when we stopped.  I wriggled out of the harness – tee hee.  Unfortunately that meant they strapped me in it tightly on the way home – ho hum.

Zappa in Hawkshead
Easter Sunday in Hawkshead

But we had a great day.  I didn’t get to go in a lake – which I kind of thought I might – but we did walk a long way and I saw sheep and cows.  And I got to paddle in a stream.  I slept on the way back.

Tonight we went out in the hills near home.  We met Storm – she jumped up and gave me a hug!

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