Sunday, 23 February 2014

A typical Scottish beach experience

P.S. We were so sad this week to have to say a final goodbye to our beloved blog friend, Downunder Daisy, and are sure that our readers who knew her will join Gail and me in sending our warmest thoughts to her family.  


  1. Love your post about a "typical" day at da beach dere...bol!

    It are very sad about Miss Daisy....we are sending hugz and luv to her family....

  2. Now Bertie.... Bella's been watching a series of programs about Scotland. Neil Oliver has been ALL OVER, and there's been very little rain. So we think you may be pulling our legs.

    Thanks for your kind words about Daisy. She was quite a girl.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  3. Hari Om
    Hheheh, that was me the other day... Am adjusting!

    I didn't know Daisy or her family - but blessings go out regardless. Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

    (Pee Ess - may not be around for a while till the ether gets funnelled to my place...)

  4. We would freak out seeing clouds like that here....that would look a lot like tornado type weather. But what is this racing back to the car thing....we thought you wee Scottish types loved the rain :)

  5. We hope you got a bit of a romp on the beach Bertie. Have a serene Sunday and get in some big easy today.
    Best wishes Molly
    PS we too are truly sad about Daisy.

  6. RUN the RAIN is Coming..

    We are feeling bad about Daisy also...

  7. Crazy minute it's all balmy and spring-like and then POW, winter is back!
    More spring, More Spring!

    We are very sad about Daisy :(
    She was one of our first blog friends.

  8. I love the beach too, we had some sun but the tide was in so I couldn't race on the sand xxooxxx

    Mollie and Alfie

  9. Bertie you look so happy at that beach

    retro rover

  10. Morning Bertie...OMDs your Scottish beach is gorgeous. Looks like the visit put a spring in your step. We love that last picture.
    Lots of hugs madi your bfff

  11. What's it like in the summer?

  12. That's a wotten waven beach!

    Downunder Daisy will be missed. I hope she's already become friends with our Angel Daisy, my super-sweet fur-sister. She left us a year before I was adopted.