WTG Bertie! Peeps are so slow--especially, when just trying to get them out of the house.We think you have to stop for photos so Gail can catch her breath. There's no way she can keep up with you.
I think I recognise that walk Gail. Is it Morvern?
Indeed it is. Well spotted!
I wish my momma would be slower. She are too fast for me. Course I just get to walk round suburbia, nowheres so interestin as you does. Maybe I'd go quicker if I did.
Wow Bertie, did I see you flying ???You do have some amazing walkies AND the weather looks so much better than we've got at the moment - we're under the blue puddle on the forecast !Loves and licky kissesPrincess Leah xxx
Crikey Bertie ...... Mum did a double take at that last photo of you!! She reckons our Lucy's face was ALWAYS that colour. Sure looked like you enjoyed yourself!!
Bertie you are so the athlete. Have a wonderful Wednesday.Best wishes Molly
Bertie you sure put bounce in my dayretro rover
It must be the thin air up high that gives you that bouncy power - what a great adventure - especially the mud - we know how much the moms love that
Hari OmCrikey mate, that was zoom-along version of you!!! That Gail was able to capture any photos at all is testament to a better grade of fitness than perhaps you credit her with! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
Great moves Bertie. Congratulations on winning the race. What was the prize? Hope you got at least an antler for that one.Gus n teka
WHOA BERTIE.... we are stuck on the FIRST picture. Are those... GROUND MOLE Hills there?? Why were you not DIGGING into them??? We would be going all Cracker Dog and Gwalkin those Moley hills..Bertie we think that you could See TOMORROW from way up there on the top of that mountain. It is a magnificent view. Too bad that Miss Gail was so slow... she would have had more time to look around.. like YOU did.
Bertie - Maybe it's something to do with the perspective but those mole hills look enormous. You wouldn't want to run into one of those moles on a dark night !
Au contraire Angus, there's nothing my terrier genes would enjoy more!
Wow, nothing is better than to have 4 paws huh? Is that a tomb stone in the second last photo? Could you read what's witten on that stone?Easy Rider
It's a 'trig point' (aka triangulation station). A distinctive feature often seen on UK hill tops, once used for surveying, now obsolete.
Wow, all that and muddy paws too? We wish we were there with you!Your Pals,Murphy & Stanley
She is obviously a slow pokeLily & Edward
We loved those pictures of you running, our mom would never have made it up the mountain.stella rose
You are certainly bouncing today, Bertie! Your pictures are gorgeous...and the landscape, too!Waggies,Braeden, Seth and Riley
Bertie...you are a very independent pupper...and full of it!The Mad Scots
Gosh, those views are amazing! Someday I will post pictures of my local walking grounds ...they are flat as a pancake! You are a lucky dog!
Bertie-Wow could you see my house from up there? Don't forget to walk through all the mud puddles on the way back down!Wyatt
MOL MOL MOL BERTIE DID YOU SWALLOW A SPOON OF JUMPING BEANS. HOLY MOLEY GOOD BUDDY YOU WERE FULL OF SPUNK AND ENERGY.GORGEOUS VIEWS TOO.HUGS MADI YOUR BFFF
Wow Bertie, you sure know how to keep Miss Gail on her toes!!!Smileys!Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo