Sunday, 8 March 2009

Keeping up standards




There's something very satisfying about watching other folk at work, don't you think? 

Sunday afternoon in Devanha Gardens is car wash time. Gail can be negligent in this department. So I was pleased to see her earlier today, getting busy unravelling the hose,  filling the buckets with soapy water and rolling up her sleeves. 

I like to come out on the street and supervise progress. One has to maintain standards. It's also a good opportunity to meet with the neighbours, who often stop by and give me a friendly pat. 

I've noticed that we often go on an interesting trip shortly after the Mini's been given a good scrub. I really really hope it's to Roseisle to meet the Dughallmor Beagles. I so like looking at the photos on their wonderful blog (www.dughallmorbeagles.blogspot.com). I overheard Gail telling someone about a possible rendezvous and wondering if my dicky heart would cope with the excitement of meeting these four young internet sensations. 

Well I'll have you all know there's plenty of life in the old dog yet....... 

8 comments:

Stella said...

Of course, there is, Hamish! You could probably teach the Dughallmor four a trick or two yourself. I agree with you, I love looking at their blog and all the great pictures they put up.

Have a good time, Hamish, whatever you do.

Kisses,
Stella

An English Shepherd said...

looks like you did a good job supervising Hamish :-)

Dughallmor Beagles said...

Well, we're glad to hear it Hamish....you'll need it for zooming around the beach with us hooligans, we can't wait to meet you!
And we'll see you at Beagadoon rehearsals this week? Hehe!
Great job supervising Gail with the car-washing, making sure she didn't miss any bits!
See you soon.....
Slobbers xx

Petey said...

Hamish, not only do you get to meet my adorable Rosie Posey in the fur, but you get to ride around in one of Mommy's absolute favorite cars.

You are one lucky pup!

Your pal,

Petey

Ludo van puppy said...

Good job on the supervising Hamish. I bet you could run rings round all us young pups.
~lickies, Ludo

Martha Basset said...

Hi Hamish
You could do with coming over here and supervising our car washing - they dont do a very good job, the car is covered in drool!
Sounds like you are another eligible batchelor interested in young Rosie!
In which case Auntie Bailey will have to assess your suitability!!
kive
Martha xxx oh yes Bailey too xxx

Martha Basset said...

ps that meant to say love - thats what happens when you dont check before you hit submit!

Tee said...

You're such a good looking dog Hamish!

Licks and Wags,

Tuffy and the Dog Woods pack