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We've landed !

Three days into our new address and finally the boxes have gone and we’re beginning to feel at home.
The only sour note is that our internet connection has gone into cyberspace and beyond - hence this is being written from the village Post Office's "internet cafe".
However, on a positive note the first dogs here are wonderful.
Poppy, a beautiful orange roan Cocker Spaniel and Harry, a very expressive Italian Spinone have arrived over the last two days.

My trio of guests is completed by 18 month old B.B., a fantastic black Cocker Spaniel. She arrived today after I’d been walking Poppy and Harry. We enjoyed one of the many
beautiful walks nearby. The autumn colours have arrived in abundance and the seasonal change makes for some interesting smells for the dogs as they explore through the leaves.
Tomorrow we’ll be out and about again and I for one am looking forward to it !

Honey has to be there ! Poppy on the left and Harry on the right

Run !
Calm before the storm
And the storm !!



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