It’s been so hot here that even this poor Dragonfly could only just hang on to its perch. After some gentle misting it looked better and eventually disappeared.
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Just hanging in there.
A good spot to hang out.
Relief at last.
South Australia is enduring another heat wave, it was 40 deg. this morning and these possums aren’t happy. I’ve misted them with the hose in the hope they’ll survive but one died a couple of weeks ago even though I’d sprayed it until it moved out of range.
My ears are on the way up.
What do you mean, Westies aren’t lapdogs?
I like to climb and I’m not a puppy anymore!
I don’t fancy living in an Ice Age.
Where to from here?
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Getting to know the neighbour.
My double coat is showing.
I know the best spot!
I’m a graduate. 🙂
Maybe my ears aren’t up yet but my Mohawk is.
Before we went to Puppy School today I was comfortable knowing that no-one ever failed because Fergus is usually too excited to concentrate but he surprised me by showing he could sit, drop, stay, come and run through a tunnel, no bother! I didn’t bother to demonstrate he knows what “do a pee” means. 🙂
Rocks to climb and toys to kill.
Correas to sniff.
Carrier bags to investigate.
Rest stops to take.
Structures to appraise
A Linen cupboard to snooze in.
Rock walls to scranble over.
Photographer to amuse.
Shrubs to hide in.
Pots to peer through.
More rocks to climb
Ferns to sample.
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Today a new Westie came into our lives, Fergus. He’s 8 weeks old and super cute.
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Why is Mum smiling?
Four puppies, all equally cute.
Fergus snuggled into Alex’s jacket.