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Sunday, 2 August 2015

Lucky’s First Year

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Lucky arrived at Pietowers on 2 August 2014 as a replacement to poor old Bruno the Superdawg who had died at the end of May.

So, it’s now his official second birthday too – him arriving, as it were on his first birthday and so I just thought it would be interesting to review his first year and to see what he’s making of his new life here in the Centre of Pies….

Soooo…. mainly pics of some doggy landmarks for this great little pooch wot has really settled in to life at Knipetowers and the constant obsession with tasty pork-based products and Kylie’s bra…

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Sometime during Lucky’s first hour at Pietowers

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At the end if a hard first day. The wabbit failed to thrive, incidentally. Spontaneously fell to bits, apparently – according to the dog.

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Advent in Lucky’s hideyhole. The duck failed to survive…….. Note extensive toy box..

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Lucky’s first wild camp at Eskdale

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Lucky forms a positive view about life inside an akto

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…may be having a little sulk about his new winter camping jim-jams

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On hols near Aberystwyth

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Christmas walk with Wolsingham Wayfarers (note festive angel wings)

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Enjoying some fluffy North Pennine snow

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Routine stuff for LTD

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Camp above Grasmere – Coast to Coast walk

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Chillin in the akto at Angle Tarn

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… suddenly realises that life’s not so bad, really…

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Snuggling down in the Vaude

 

Thats all folks – here’s looking forward to an even better Year 2..

10 comments:

Paula Ball said...

He's so gawjus Mike. Hope he has many new adventures this year.

Best wishes - Paula :)

Quinn said...

Lucky has really come (and gone) a long way in only one year! Wishing you both a brilliant Year 2.

blogpackinglight said...

Fantastic, Mike. He is a lucky dog.

Tommy said...

It's a dog's life.

tootlepedal said...

It's a dog's life as they say.

Dawn Linney said...

Brilliant Mike, he is one fantastic dog who had the luck to end up in a fantastic home.

christine hindle said...

I bet he's sooooo glad he chose you as his Human.
Don't think he was too happy that morning out camping at Kirkcarrion though, when Tilly stole his breakfast.....
Funnily enough, she stole Reuben's breakfast a few days back, too.....

Andrew said...

He's done really well, and he's already got more "ticks" on Hill Bagging in one year than me and Little Brenda have over a number of years!

Meanqueen said...

You've got a smashing dog there, Lucky is so Lucky. I love seeing pictures of him.

Jon Backman said...

Fantastic! I hope i'll be able to take my dog on walks like this!