Month: June 2009

Phew! The summer is rolling on and temperatures are soaring! It’s a busy time here – with Pembrokeshire Fish Week in full swing, Russell Crowe living it up at Freshwater West and a huge array of summer events going on. June wouldn’t be complete without Wimbledon – did you see that epic Andy Murray match last night?! Although who wants to sit inside watching telly with weather as glorious as this! We’re busy bees here in the office and when we get a chance we’ve been enjoying exchanging news and summer plans over our new outdoor table and chairs, complete […]

Young children love to be outside and explore nature. What better way for children to develop a sense of respect for nature than to be immersed in environmental activities year-round. To begin, identify a theme: Spring Is in the Air, Explore Your Playground, Where Are the Leaves? Wintertime for Animals, Search for the Early Birds, etc. Once you establish a theme, take the children on a hike in a nearby wooded area, in a field, or on a nature trail. Visit the location several times during the year so that children may identify changes within the same setting over time. […]

So yes, as the warm weather descended on Pembrokeshire recently, my pooch was getting ridiculously hot all day every day and therefore had to be shaved for his own sanity. As you can tell, since Monday I have had a chance to calm down and think realistically about my beloved having been scalped. I guess my dad was right in bringing him to the pooch parlour for a little cut, but boy was it one big shock when I saw him for the first time! One of the biggest shockers was his tail once long, fluffy and decorative – turned […]

You will never guess what has happened – my Border collie cross Springer is no more, he has been shaved! I am going home now to lie down but will fill you in tomorrow!!

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