Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Paws for Charity



























It is a long time since we have walked over the hill to where the post stands by the blue sea. In the early morning we walked over today and the bluebells were beginning to flower by the path by the sea. For a while we sat and decided who it would be who would run up the post. Then Elmo played the game that makes Her heart stop, the game of getting really really close the the edge and jumping over......
.... and landing on the ledge below that She can't see. Gets Her every time!
And we went to the post because one of us is in a book called Paws for Charity, and you can buy the book and find out lots about it here.
Then we walked back up the hill and Elmo played kissing the gorse bush.

20 comments:

CheshireCatsGrin said...

I am so jealous of the life these three lead :)

Joanna Dover said...

Best pics - as ever!
They make me wonder - do you have to run ahead to get them coming 'at you' or do you just naturally walk much faster than them? I ask as a mother to 3 dogs who is constantly trying to find different ways to photograph them, before they know whats going on and get all shy and silly!

Erin said...

so many favorite shots in this post...love the three of them walking along the path, they look so darn determined. and of course Elmo up the sign (that is Elmo?)

have a terrific thursday sweet ones ^..^

JC said...

Loved your walk !!!

Jennifer Rose said...

the top of that post looks like its the perfect look out spot :D

Poppy Q said...

Everyday your pictures are so beautiful and full of the joys of being outside. We love them!!

BumbleVee said...

single file it is....

love it when you all go for walks......love the scenery..the pure enjoyment of it..... sigh........

moreidlethoughts said...

We are quite near the sea, but Dinah doesn't take us there. Too many bad dogs.
There is going to be a Million Paws walk for charity here. soon. She asked if we would like to go.What! Stately cats, walking along with dogs wearing silly costumes? We think not, but Dinah will put some money in the tin on our behalf.

Elin said...

I always love to see 3 of u walk together like a tiger!

luanne said...

(i'll second the comment above. oh, to be one of you gingers!)

naughty elmo, disappearing over the cliff's edge. you would have had me fainting with fright!

you three look so beautifully gingery, walking one behind another along the high seaside path. such a magical world you share with us, thank you.

meemsnyc said...

Those are such amazing photos!!

C said...

Those are some really cool photos of you three!

Moonroot said...

Perhaps someone should remind Elmo he only has nine lives to play with! Hre clearly likes to live dangerously.

Mary Hoffman said...

I'm so jealous of the person you allow to live with you and photograph you! Off to buy the book.

ChrisJ said...

You really do have the most amazing photographs! I love it when all three 'gingers' follow one another in a line or two walk in pairs -- especially when their tails intertwine. So beautiful!

Andrea said...

You lucky, lucky gingers to have such a glorious place to roam and explore. Thank you for sharing you day. A~

Griffin said...

"Then Elmo played the game that makes Her heart stop, the game of getting really really close the the edge and jumping over......
.... and landing on the ledge below that She can't see. Gets Her every time!"

Oh good grief!! Fiendly Kat! It would get me every time too!

NAL said...

Wonderful photos!

Wish I could walk with you in your beautiful countryside - but your posts are the next best thing!

Anonymous said...

Ah, Pixie - you brave, talented little one. We do love you. Maggie & Roger xx

Estorbo said...

Ees byoodeeful. I need harleday ad sea weeth cleeffs an' Geengers.