Faithful Olive waits to do some more sniffing about!
Here's what the polished marble looks like
"come on, there's even more sniffing to do over the bridge!"
Who fell over!
Ah, that's what a close up of a fossil looks like.Olive stares at the sheep - seems too keen so we won't be letting her off the lead near them for a long time!And she makes herself at home in the Topsy!
Likes and Dislikes: Olive is cheeky girl, who is always happy and loves to make people smile! She has lived in the same home since she was a young pup, before being returned to us due a change in her family’s circumstances. Olive is housetrained and can be left in an indoor kennel for short periods of time.
Type of home needed: Olive is a busy dog who will need an active family who can keep up with her. She is used to going camping and hill-walking, so we’d love to find her a new family who enjoy these activities too! We think Olive may have been overlooked here at Dogs Trust because she only has one eye. However, it’s all she’s ever known so please don’t let this put you off! Overall, she’s a lovely, bouncy girl, who will make a fabulous addition to an energetic family.
but that didn't stop Karen and I from taking them exploring
we did quite a lot of exploringwe thought it was nice, a walk in the woods
you never know what you could find!
Check out the tiny split screen camper!!
and loads of other nice beetle and vans
I think we made our camp quite cosy!
Belle was delighted with these welding gloves we 'won' in the charity auction!
I don't think this little chap had seen a ball bigger than him before....
must remember, I'm not the only one taking photo's
Complete with Dragon flies!!!
Gibside's stable block, impressive huh!
And the chapel...