Friday, 27 March 2015

Dogs are a Girls best friend....

Last Saturday, saw the M family travel up to Lancaster to visit Auntie H and Uncle C. They aren't actually the girls uncle and auntie, but we like to keep some old fashioned ways, and anyone that has been long standing friends, and whom the girls have grown up around and loved from the very start get the "auntie and uncle" title too. H and C love the girls as much as the girls love them, so the title easily goes. Winston their gorgeous Labrador, has also been around since the girls were born. We have video's of J less then 18 months feeding him a treat, and not letting go, so her hand just gets licked to bits, with hysterical laughter. When we were asked, "what would you like to do?" The coast was an easy decision, with it being over a 2hour drive away from home, any opportunity for some sea air, gets the go ahead from us. Plus it meant Winston could come too. H and C took us to the Heysham coast line, with some ruins from an old chapel. The girls were excited....
 
 
As it opened up to the coast line, we realised the tide was in, so there was no beach today... S was not impressed, she wanted to build sandcastles...  but the scenery was just stunning...

 
S soon forgot about the sandcastle building, and soon started chasing Winston around, with it being a race on who could get to the ball first... not really a fair race to be honest though...


After a bit of running around, little S needed a rest, and perched herself next to Uncle C, whom she adores...


...before seeing J making the most of the squidgy, soft grass, who was throwing her self on it, and deciding she wanted to copy, and have a grass fight...

 
Winston soon popped back with his ball, and so J was off, trying to get him to drop the beloved toy... a game of tug of war then proceeded.... J was definitely going to sleep well...
 
 
 Daddy then wanted in on the game, and just occasionally Winston would drop it long enough for it to be grabbed and thrown again....


....right into the middle of some brambles....  the guys then had to retrieve the ball....


Which left S to bundle auntie H, time and time again, doing super long run ups.... she was going to sleep well too....

                          
 
 After the ball was back safe, we decided to go and explore the ruins of the chapel, and when I say explore, J thought I meant climb...

 
The perfect doorway, made the perfect frame for a photo. The girls weren't in the mood for posing though...

 
After exploring the coast line, we then headed back to the car park, where we spotted a park. As the sun was shining bright and warm for a spring day, we decided to stay a little longer and tire the girls out just a little more...

 
We love the mini teacups at the park, as J loves loosing her balance from it... we always have a little giggle too, trying to see if she can walk straight after...

 
 


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11 comments:

  1. What a beautiful place to walk and spend time in the fresh air, love the tea cups, too cute xx

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  2. Awh this looks like such a lovely day out, and it's always fun to have a dog around on long walks! xx

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  3. I am a huge dog lover, (got four french bulldogs) nothing better then having a lovely walk with all the family :) xx

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  4. Beautiful view, so gorgeous to get out last weekend wasn't it. AsI sit typing it is pretty miserable here and I think we will try to go and watch Cinderella instead! #countrykids

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  5. Looks like a great day out, and wonderful to have friends so like family, too. Beautiful scenery, great company, a playground and it's all free - a fab day!

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  6. Wonderful day, hard to beat nature when you find somewhere as beautiful as this. I love the way old friends become auntie and uncle, we used to do this too. Beautiful photos of a very happy day. Thank you for sharing with me on Country Kids

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  7. I went to Lancaster Uni, but we never really got that much out and about. It looks like it was a wonderful walk out, and it's great when children and dogs get on so well. Lovely photos (would love them to be full width and easier to see!)

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  8. This looks like such a brilliant day. Gorgeous photos, what a beautiful spot and the girls are clearly having a fabulous time :) #countrykids

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  9. Wow that view is stunning and the weather looks gorgeous! Looks like a perfect day out! #countrykids

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  10. great to get such pleasure out of simple things

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  11. Looks like a great day out. Thanks for linking up to the #Binkylinky

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