12 September 2019

Cows and Country Lanes

I love country lanes. They're timeless and a peaceful place to go for a walk.

Sue and I enjoyed walking along this local one.

At the far end of the lane were gates on both sides, each with a curious herd of cows behind them.

At the Castlewellan Show, Sue was very scared of the cows. This time she wasn't quite as nervous, but still unsure.

We spent some time with the cows before turning around and heading back the way we came.

Sue's lead had a little flower on it to match her bandana.

Before we reached the car, we stopped at a gate for lunch.

Sue kept her paw on me almost the whole time we were there! So adorable.

(After making this face she may have gotten a few sneaky crisps...)

We left the lane to walk along the road. There are fewer photos here because I was on the lookout for oncoming traffic.

Hello, cows.

As we were nearing the car again, a Jack Russell appeared. He came over to say hello.

He was so excited he started running up and down the road.

He was a playful little chap.

I relocated us from the road to the verge so the children could play more safely. They had so much fun!

After our long walk we were thirsty so we went to a wee dog friendly café. Sue enjoyed a doggy muffin and I had a refreshing milkshake.

If you look at the wall above Sue's right ear, you might just spot a couple of familiar faces...

It's great to get out with Susan. She's just so fun to be with.

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