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Travel Blogs from Aberfeldy
... and I played and played with Jack and Eva who were very pleased to see me and I gave my mum loads of hugs. Dad was playing very cool but I could see that he was really pleased to see me too.
Thank you to everyone who wrote comments on my blog, especially my wee friend Mo who understands me very well.
I've had a lovely time with my aunties but I'm very excited to have my family home too.
I wonder what we'll do tomorrow?
... whole toy came apart! They've left now and it's just me and my aunties so I'm just having a snooze in my bed. My aunties take me out for loads of walks but they're not as much fun in the house as Jack and Eva 'cos they're very quiet. I wonder when I'll go back to my own house, I've been every day but it looked very quiet there too. Maybe ...
... tractor I have ever seen. Then we found the track is all covered in big stones - not good for my paws! We came across a JCB and Auntie J stopped to talk to the driver. The driver told us the road is going in so they can get all the trees out. It seems they are going to cut down the woodland up there. Auntie J told me she was quite sad thinking about it.
When we got up to ...
... very nice so auntie S took me to Ashfield and we found a new walk that went alongside the river for a bit then into an open field so I could run and run and run. She tried to take a photo of me running but I was too fast for her.
After I've finished this blog Wee Mo is coming over and we're going for a walk together.
I wonder what we'll do tomorrow.
... appear that nothing had been up this road for many days. Other than one other vehicle I never seen a single body the whole few hours I was up here. This other vehicle however was to my surprise another motorcycle. It was a chap on a Suzuki V-Strom 650!! Just goes to show I'm not the only nutter around in the woods!!
The pass road hugs the edge of a mountain side and is extremely dangerous in these slippery conditions. Just one slip and I could be over the ...