Can you believe it’s February already. Longer days and more walks, although I must admit that I get a bit bored when Ian and Lynne are putting things in the garden. It’s usually boring stuff like plants and trees – none of which you can eat.
Ian is still working on his www.dog-friendly-quantocks.co.uk project (also accessed via http://www.dog-friendly-somerset.co.uk ) and sits at his computer doing typing stuff – all very boring as far as I can see. He wants to make it easy for people with dogs to come to the Quantocks and go walking and go to pubs (Ian likes pubs!)
I had a bit of a scare earlier in the week when I managed to stand on a walnut shell left by that miserable squirrel. It was stuck on my foot and I had to ask Ian to remove it. Ian thought it was hilarious. Oh yes – really funny – being crippled! It was so awful that I had to hide under the desk in the study.
Remember, if you want to come and stay with me, find out about The Old Cider House at www.theoldciderhouse.co.uk