Beach Walk, New Friends

It was a perfect morning so I took BeAnne for a walk on our local sandy beach with the sole purpose to be introduced to a lovely black Sprocker (springer x cocker spaniel) girl who belongs to a friend.

Of course the dogs totally ignored each other while us, the owners, walked up and down the lovely deserted Shetland beach having a good chat.

I like to try and encourage BeAnne to meet and make friends with new dogs.

The beach was lovely – cold, dark and in it’s winter mood.

 

We had the place to ourselves.  We didn’t see a soul which is always good – perhaps I am turning into BeAnne or she has turned into me.

 

All was going smoothly until it was time to go home.  I offered my friend and her dog a lift home so they got into my car and then I looked around for BeAnne.  She had vanished until I spotted a Sit-Down-Strike going on a few yards away.  I sighed and went to chivvy Her Maj into the car as she wasn’t going to budge.

We drove back to my friend’s house and was rewarded with a lovely cup of coffee.  BeAnne and her new friend quickly settled down together which was lovely to see.

The cat also introduced herself.  So it has been a day of new friends for Her Maj, which is good because I think, like me, she has become very insular in her old age.

7 thoughts on “Beach Walk, New Friends

  1. Mary C. McNamara

    What great pictures. I love the colored stones (shells maybe?) I need to come walk your beach and see the stones/shells (maybe collect a few) in person. ;_)
    The pic of the doggy prints and beach pebbles is wonderful. You are so talented and have a photographer’s eye. Loved the”gull gallery ” , they seem to approve of your wanderings too. Are they nesting already, or just hunkered into protected nests?
    Glad Ms. BeAnne made a new friend and that the soxy cat seems to approve too. Great cat with matching sox. Tuxedo cats are my favs. They are very intelligent; they will second that opinion.
    Stay safe and warm

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  2. Mary C. McNamara

    Hubby just looked at the pics. He wants to know if the big stones are really blue or is that just the light. I say blue. Your geology must be really fascinating. He says we need to visit because he would like to make “cabs” of some of the stones. I can see customs now. What do you have in the bag sir? rocks… Sure… setp over her please…

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  3. Linda Loba

    How peaceful to have the beach to yourselves…and as to being “insular” I say hooray for the introverts! We just need a bit more space than other people. 🙂

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