Thursday, 6 October 2016

McHarry

Harry our Springer Spaniel loved Scotland.

The happiest dog....



Digging the biggest hole...



Running free...


With the most beautiful views.....




On the softest white sand..........


On one of the most beautiful beaches......


in the world....Sanna, Ardnamurchan Peninsula, West Coast of Scotland

One more post about Scotland to go, then I have some photos of the fantastic Eden Project which we went to a couple of weeks ago.
Until next time
SeagillSuzie

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful !
    Love the gud dug having such a great time.
    I miss living by the ocean.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. Many thanks. He just loved the beach, it was so clean and empty, he could just run free.

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  2. A very lucky dog having a holiday in Scotland and great photos too. Thank you for showing them.

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    1. Hi Mel, glad you enjoyed them. Yes a very lucky dog indeed, he took the whole trip in his stride-even getting on ferries was no problem.

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  3. Looks like you all had a great holiday
    Julie xxxx

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    1. Oh we did, can't wait to go back, we are planning our next trip now.

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  4. Lovely photos of gorgeous Harry and the beautiful beaches. Our dog (also Harry) is too old to take on holiday now, but we loved seeing him have fun when we did. It added hugely to our own enjoyment.

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    1. That beach is so beautiful-even all these years later and you know it has no marine litter...at all...not one bit!

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  5. That looks like a dog's paradise! Harry digs bigger holes than Tavi! Sarah x

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    1. Hi Sarah, he has never shown any interest in digging holes before, but something got him going and he just couldn't stop.

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  6. Beautiful photos Suzie and good to see Harry having so much fun. Looks a superb part of Scotland to visit :)

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    1. Many thanks, yes it is beautiful and remote, takes courage and concentration to drive from the Corran Ferry to Kilchoan on a single track road, but the scenery is worth it.

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  7. Happy memories of holidays with our children up that way, and along that coastline. WHAT a happy dog Harry is!!

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    1. How lovely to have spent holidays there-very lucky children. Harry has really become a very happy and well adjusted dog and he loved Sanna.

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  8. What fantastic pictures and doesn't he look great?

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    1. Thank you CT, he's come on a lot and seems to take great photos, I used to have a Springer that would turn his face away from the camera...but not Harry!

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  9. I love him! He's gorgeous! He looks very well settled. I only hope that the digging thing doesn't translate to your garden! I have to go to the west of Scotland soon - it's only for one night, but I'm really looking forward to it!

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    1. Many thanks Sarah. Yes that's a dog-owning gardeners nightmare isn't it. I'd hate him to dig it up-so far he seems to be just sticking to the sand. Hope your trip to Scotland goes well, shame it's only for a night.

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  10. Lovely pix as always Seagull Suzie! What a gorgeous dog Harry is!
    Margaret P

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