Had I the heavens' embroidered cloths,
Enwrought with golden and silver light,
The blue and the dim and the dark cloths
Of night and light and the half-light,
I would spread the cloths under your feet:
But I, being poor, have only my dreams;
I have spread my dreams under your feet,
Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.
Last week after an attempt at trying to roll in stinky goodness I went to terrorise my territories. You see me positioned for attack by tree one and just behind is tree two. Perfect score there were not one but two pesky tree rats jumping from tree to tree. Now it was supposed to be a nippy day but the sun was out and it was mild. She who must be obeyed ignored had on her thermals, a fleece, wellie socks and wellies and hat, gloves and scarf. When I started to sound like Darth Vader peeps decided it was time to call it a day. Fifteen minutes later with her doing a very good impersonation of Benny Hill (when the credits roll), huffing and puffing and as red as Santa's backside she then screamed at me MOLLY ENOUGH. Did I stop? No way. By the time she caught me she thought she was going to collapse and to add insult to injury she heard clapping and whistling and turned round to find she had an audience watching from the path. Caught between seething and feeling totally humiliated I was unceremoniously removed and dragged back home. Total recall no, but as Arnie would say....I'll be back.
You would never think to look at it but in the hills above me are copper mines. Here I am on the side of the river Tamar at a place called Morwellham Quay. It's a living history museum. Not that I'm great on history, I only know that there are fun places and this is a fun place to be. THEY LET ME IN. There are no signs saying NO DOGS... GREAT !
There are 19th century cottages to explore. No signs saying no dogs on the bed. Well someone had to make sure there were good views from the window.
Great views and gardens to explore.
A boat to climb aboard.
There was even a train that went down a copper mine.
Had a great time, even kissed a pig.
Had a bit of a stand off with a goat.
I'm joining in with a blog hop over atWaggy Tales.. I am one of the lucky one's that never have a problem when I'm left alone. I'm not often left on my own anyway. Peeps go places, I go places, even down a copper mine. I have to go cos, they get lonely without me. You can find out more about Morwellham Quay over at Soggibottom.
Ended up with tea in one of the cottages, wonder when we can go again. Promise, I never broke my diet, I looked but didn't touch. Luv's Freya Rose Blossom X
Take one sneaky snake on the attack at poor Penny and see valiant Maymo come to her rescue. He gallantly rushes to her defence and after much sabre rattling all is well as the evil intruder is defeated. Truthfully that toy is so cool we want one. Would you fright or fight?
Have a fabulous Friday all and keep you eyes peeled as you never know what critter might sneak into your crib.
Christmas Card Tally 2014.
Mini Ones 23 (he he), Molly 23ZERO, Peeps 1. Thank you Dory's Backyard and Bill, Shawn, Winston, Chloe & Cecil.