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Hello, I'm Rosie, a Greek dog rescued after being dumped from a car ! Follow my blog and I'll tell you about my life If you want to hear my story from the very beginning click on visit "About me (Rosie)" below and follow the link

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Wednesday, 26 July 2017

True love travels on a gravel road.

Now I know the Guv is a big fan of "Elvis" but you'd think he'd be content in just playing the Elvis record   
"True love travels on a gravel road"
  instead of wanting to lay the road !  I'm sure the Misses said "play it" not "lay it"

Mind you standing on 20 tonne of gravel does give me a good view over the fields
Want to hear the record, click here.

Sunday, 23 July 2017

They keep looking at me....

When I go out in the morning for my walk with the Guv one side of the road has mainly hay fields and the other side sunflowers, or as the French call them tournesol. Have you ever noticed just how they keep looking you?  Creepy, woof woof....

Saturday, 22 July 2017

Hey Hay

Well the monster machine has been around our house once again and during the morning walk I thought I'd play hide and seek from the Guv !

Sometimes I must admit I'm just too clever for the Guv, I know he's hiding in the one!

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

We are sailing

When we returned to France we once again sailed with Brittany Ferries from Portsmouth. The Guv chooses them because they are the only ferry company that allows dogs in the cabins, in fact we get very special cabins, special service and they always leave me a present in the cabin, a toy, some food, a chewy bone and a special plastic dish!

You see the Guv heard that on DFDS ferries a couple of dogs have died as they have to be left in the cars in the ships hold!
I'm glad I get looked after...... 

Saturday, 15 July 2017

Loads of space....

Just like last year when we went to Hereford we spent the week at our friends camp site.  Let me tell you I can thoroughly recommend it, not only are there great shower facilities for the Misses and the Guv but also loads of space in the fields for me to run around.

Friday, 14 July 2017

Too much !

On my tour of the U.K. my people stopped at the Weald and Downland living museum.  Now I thought we were in for a walk-a-bout inside but then the Guv seen the entry price......£15.00 EACH. On top of that they had not opened the coffee shop!

Just think how many doggy treats I could get for that!  Needless to say we just had a walk around the outside .

Thursday, 13 July 2017

Safely gathered in....

I thought today I would share with you a few photographs the Guv took of me on my morning walks through the fields opposite my pad.

All the barley and wheat cut but sunflowers stand proud at the rear

Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Old bones...

Next it was onto North Wales and I found out the Misses is just like me really,
 she went on the search for old bones!

What is more she found them here in Llandyrnog churchyard, 
the grave of her Gt Gt Gt Grandfather

Monday, 10 July 2017

The next stop.....

view from front of the pub

Our next stop with the human kennel was in Car Colston, the Guv found this very nice pub with a small camping site behind.  I am told YET AGAIN the food in the pub was excellent!

Just left here to guard....the Guv and Misses have gone to dinner!

Sunday, 9 July 2017

One of our camp sites

I had better tell you about my adventures in the U.K during this trip.  One of the camp sites we stayed at was in Reedham, now I have been there before so I knew all about the ferry that crosses the river.  The Guv and the Misses said the inn next to the camp site was very good also, mind you I never got to try the food there!

Just as we like it, nice and quiet. 

Saturday, 8 July 2017

Back home in France

Well I'm back home in France, but before I tell you about this year's UK trip I thought I'd set all my readers a little quiz....

Who can name the novel this photo represents?

Saturday, 24 June 2017

On tour again

I've been neglecting you my readers, sorry !  The fact is as I'm on my travels again with my people I've not been able to get internet access.  As you can see however I have not neglected my guarding duties....

One of the first places we visited was Chichester, I was even able to tour the Cathedral as they welcomed canines!

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Happy birthday


7th JUNE

Boring !!

It's a boring shopping day with my humans here in Riberac, but at least it means they buy me FOOD.  Besides that I get taken to the human eating place with them and of course an early morning run-a-round near the river on the way...

Monday, 5 June 2017

Nothing again....

OK, I get taken out yesterday, get to the place before everyone else and still all I got was a bowl of cold water whilst my people had a five course lunch!

Sunday, 4 June 2017

Off to the tower !

So on this trip with the human kennel in tow we also stopped at a village called Masseret and yes the Guv had another cup of coffee, but for change I thought I'd show you a photo of the Misses enjoying her 
Creme de Menthe.

No it's not a castle tower although a castle did stand here once, it's a water tower and despite what the Guv said I was not going to walk up all those steps, even if the view was good!

Thursday, 1 June 2017

Lunch time....

The Misses found this small town called Donzenac when we were driving around. 
The Guv decided to stop and have lunch there, as normal I got nothing

I am told there is a drink that is local to the area around Donzenac called ‘eau de noix’ and made using a recipe handed down from through the generations by humans. They use walnuts that are still green and in their shells, eau de vie, wine and sugar.  Now I'm quite partial to a drop of booze, but nuts are poison to us canines so I guess I better leave it for you humans.

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Odd ideas....

You know sometimes the Guv has some odd ideas.  I get taken to all these places  like here in Uzerche and shown all these great views then he thinks I'd like to see a creepy crypt !

Monday, 29 May 2017

The next place.....

So we continued our tour to the next village of St Robert. Now I can't say I was impressed and neither was the Guv as there was nowhere he could have a coffee

Well I thought at least here there is somewhere I can have a run-a-round......
WRONG, they had put "No dogs allowed" signs up