Can you believe we had yet more snow this week?
At least it's now light for my 7:30 am daily visit to the park.
First thing I do on arrival is, of course, to check out my favourite shrubs.
Somewhere a bit further on I usually meet up with the regulars.
Of course I know who is a soft touch for treats.
I have found it pays to be persistent (something that comes naturally to us terriers, of course). And see how slim my waist looks in the pic below. Almost emaciated, wouldn't you say? Surely in such chilly weather I need more food...
But Gail is always going "Bertie, hurry up, we don't have all day, some of us have to work for a living, blah blah, blah...". So I must say goodbye to my pals and run along.
Back near the park gates, I stop and wait.
And if I sit and try to look my cutest, I often score another treat AND a nice ear scratch before Gail reattaches my lead and together we walk along the street and back home.
Well sadly I shall be missing the park for the next two weeks as Gail will be away in France for her Easter cycling holiday, and I must yet again endure
So this blog will be quiet for a while.
Normal service will resume round about the time that new pups Bob and Sophie arrive chez Angus and 'the font'. Gosh I am SO looking forward to reading about their adventures.