King George IV Inn
Travel Blogs from Picton
Yay we finally left!!
Thank you to everyone that has helped us get away and esp. all the people that have helped get the car and camper ready... We really appreciate the time and effort you have put in for us!
We said goodbye to our families and our fur babies ...
... hospital. He was pleased to see us and Elroy and we told him of his progress and he was happy about that. He asked if we had the vet complete the paperwork in "Elroy's Book" and to send a copy to the Guide Dogs Association ... it was the first we'd heard about that so later in the day I dropped the book back at the Vet, spoke to Steve and he said he would attend to it.
A quick check of the book revealed that ...
... dog but I wanted to sleep !
Eventually I sat up and Doug entered the room and said "I thought you were resting?" No chance of that with the whiffy dog that's for sure. I think we'll have to shampoo the carpet !!
Release the cats !
We let the girls out of solitary confinement during the evening after dinner and the whiffy woofer had settled down. No problems at all ... I think they are getting used to him.
... it can educate and expose but it can also help you grow and discover… For me I just get caught up chasing wanderlust.
I want to find those places that ignite a fire and spark, a thought, a memory. Those little hideaway places that aren’t so known. Those unknown destinations that long to be surfaced, the hidden treasures of the world that are just waiting to be discovered.
Travelling with family in my younger days was ...
... two, out small car was loaded up with Elroy's food - in a huge plastic garbage bin with a Labrador proof lid on it containing his dried food, 4*2 dog biscuits, Smackos (but only if he's good) and dental treats as well as glucosamine, heart worm tablets and Frontline - the last two with strict instructions to administer on New Years Day.
All he needs is a Barbie and he'd have just about the lot !!