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Another long weekend!

Sun 1 May 2011

Well, it’s another great weekend – four whole days without the “work” thing.  Been exploring the hills – found another new route, and today I managed to sneak up the slope to the pond … Auntie D usually stops me before I get in, but I can run up the slope on the new route faster than she can.  I was VERY wet by the time she caught up with me.

We found out how to get to the top of the hill.  It’s windy up there, but great fun.  Although I’m not allowed to go near the horses lower down the slope.  For some reason we always have to sit down at the top – but I usually get a treat, so that’s ok, and it is good to sit with the wind blowing my ears.

Ooh ooh – I met a peacock for the first time today.  I think it’s a bird, although it walks more than it flies.  I set off to chase it – and got shouted at.  But I did manage to chase it back into its field, which was apparently a ‘good thing’.

We went round the lake on Thursday evening and I managed to persuade Auntie D’s friend that it would be a good idea if she got a dog – another convert.  Then hill-walking Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  Tomorrow apparently we’re walking along the canal to Tod – I’ve been banned from jumping in – and taking a picnic.

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