Yesterday morning daddy said we would go to a mystery tour. Exciting isn’t it?
The place we arrived was a forest. I wondered if daddy would get lost...again, but then I saw he had a map in his hand so decided not to worry to much.
We walked in the big forest and it was very refreshing. I breathed in and out the forest air and woof! It smelt good. You know, forest smell?
We turned some corners and carried on walking. Then we saw horses ahead of us. They are wild aren’t they daddy? I didn’t know horse language but they looked very friendly. It was interesting looking at horses but they were in the middle of lunch lunch so we left them to it, and carried on.
Then we came to the road and daddy said we would walk along the road. But you know, it wasn’t a quiet road but very busy road without pavement. It is Scary, daddy!! Besides the side of the road was very bushy. I don’t do bushy, you know that daddy don’t you!! You got lost again didn’t you!! Why didn’t you take your satnav with you daddy!!
Still daddy never admitted the fact he got lost.
Anyway we had to go along this road. Silky always wants to chase cars and it was too dangerous so mummy carried her and walked quickly so I had to follow. I was miserable...
Finally we came to the pavement part but now it started raining. After a while we arrived at a small town and mummy and daddy had cream tea while Silky and I had a small lunch lunch while being admired by passers by.
Now, we had to go back but I definitely didn’t walk back along the bushy dangerous road. Luckily daddy led us into the forest and we could manage to go back to the part of the forest we were in.
That was a relief.
On our way back it stopped raining. Actually mummy and I were a bit worried about snakes, but what do you think we saw a lot? Slugs!! There were slugs everywhere. Some were even looked as though slug family gathering together or having afternoon catching up with neighbours. Anyway why are they so big, daddy?
Finally we came back to where we started from and our mystery tour finished. We had walked for 7 hours and mummy’s pedometer showed 35000 steps. Daddy calculated roughly and it means that we walked about 26 km (16 miles). Daddy, I don’t think my favourite vet Andy would be happy about it.
Silky and I were wet and dirty but mummy washed us with nice warm water. After that Silky and I felt very tired and slept like a puppy.
Swimming lesson in the sea and a mystery tour in the forest. What is next, daddy?