Monday, 2 June 2008

The grass is as high as an elephant's eye...

......well, maybe a baby elephant... or the tips of Hooli's ears.

Hooli and I went for a walk across the fields and into the woods today. We did that yesterday too, but I didn't have my camera with me then. After coming off a narrow footpath, we walked across three fields this big:

Then down another footpath and into the wood: Across a stream where Hooli found a dam:
The undergrowth consisted of mostly waist high stinging nettles (ouch):
And then out of the wood and a field to cross (with grass as high as an elephant's eye):

And Hooli found something:



Donna said...

Oh I LOVE this!!! How do you Do this with the video??? I suppose when the kiddos leave, I'll have plenty of time to get things done....Happy sleep girl!!hughugs
PS- Hoolie is precious!!

Frank Baron said...

Lovely pictures of what seemed like a great day. I often write about my own rambles with my pooch.

Isn't it a treat to see how pleased they are with themselves when they find something?

Thanks for taking us along on your walk.

Betty said...

I love scenes from the outdoors. Thanks you, Dabrah, for sharing these photos with us.

Anvilcloud said...

Smart doggie.

Brenda said...

Awww, he's so proud of his prize. Great video and photos! I lived for 3 years in a little village in Cambs as a teen and I remember taking a path through the fields to visit friends in the next village. I loved that walk.

Sally said...

Great pictures!! You live in such a lovely place. :)

Jeanne said...

Oh so pretty. Love that path and the nettles...ouch don't like those things. Love the video of your pup and his find and so cool to hear you!

Oldqueen44 said...

Wow, you live in a beautiful place. I can see why you love seeing the world from your own door step.

Do you grow all those beautiful roses (another great "R") or do you just like them. I can't get a rose bush to grow for anything. Everyone else aaround me has them but I just manage to kill them or keep them so stunted and puny, it doesn't seem worth having them.