Hello Mavis, Australia calling!
I see you are from California. My Aunt moved out there from England, many,many years ago, and we visited her and the family in San Fransisco.
My cousins are still there, and my Uncle, but my Aunt died quite a number of years ago now.
Perhaps I will get back over there some day.
Canada - wonderful. Looks a beautiful place. I have always wanted to get there and to Alaska.
You are always welcome to stay, if you ever get to Western Australia.We are in the hills. Very pretty with plenty of trees. Of course we have our famous wine area south of Perth too. Well worth a visit!.
Hi Mavis - yes the joys of using a halti it is the only way I can road walk mine together! However - they still took me across the road one day when they went after a pheasant that ran across the road infront of them - they went up and over the bank but I didn't and was pinned to the bank still hanging onto my flexis - glad no cars came around the corner to see the spectacle!!!
Enjoy your walks
i tried to spray with lots of things. the best is still letting the dog go into water before the field session, our burrs won't get into the coat as long as the coat is wet (=soaking wet). but if it dries - hopeless again :-) on the other hand - i can never know when and where they grow. one time nothing, 2 days after full of burrs... maybe i should marry a man from the fire brigade to always have water if needed :-)))
I was just on your page. I really like the pics of your birds. My mom had a Blue and Gold Macaw for many years and I had two Cockatiels. Right now I have two black Lovebirds named Tristan and Aidan, they live with my friend until my husband and I get moved into our new house. Your dogs are very cute too by the way.
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