Flint JRT DofB 2013 Ottershaw Surrey

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Neilmarion
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Re: Flint JRT DofB 2013 Ottershaw Surrey

Post by Neilmarion » Wed Jan 17, 2018 12:31 pm

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Happy New Year everybody. Sorry to have been offline for so long but there's not been a lot happening around here since Christmas.
I have had a couple of pub lunches. On Saturday 6th, I went to the Barleymow and met a lady called Andrea, a farrier called Geoff and Auntie Ze, Mum and Dad. Apparently, they all used to help with Mum and Dad's horses and this was a late Christmas get together. Everyone was very nice to me (as was only right and proper).
Last Friday, I went with Mum and Dad to the Sun in Chobham, which I like because it has a carpet. This is me tucked up cosily under the table.
I'll be back in touch if anything interesting happens.

Polpat
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Re: Flint JRT DofB 2013 Ottershaw Surrey

Post by Polpat » Wed Jan 17, 2018 1:04 pm

Ha Ha - lovely to hear from you Flint! I love to hear about your exploits and it sounds like you are getting about lots and being very sociable. I am a frequent visitor to The Sun in Chobham so hope to see you there one day?!

Neilmarion
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Re: Flint JRT DofB 2013 Ottershaw Surrey

Post by Neilmarion » Sun Feb 04, 2018 11:56 am

Hello everyone. I thought it was time for me to update my blog.
Life has been pretty humdrum over the last few weeks, but yesterday I went down to Beechdown for the first time this year. It was very wet and cold and I got really muddy on my walk. Mum saw I was cold and wet and mucky, so put me back in the car to recover, rather than stand outside to watch the horses. It was just as well I was safely in my car as one of the horses lost its rider and ran loose up the gallops. I could have been hurt!
Things are looking up, though. I am going to lunch at the Sun in Chobham on Wednesday, which will be nice. Then, Auntie Charlotte is coming from Virginia at the end of the month and, in March, we are all going back to Bobtail Cottage in Didmarton for a few days. I am really looking forward to seeing Auntie Charlotte and going to the Kings Arms again.
I'll stop now, as I've just got back from taking Mum and Dad for our long Sunday walk round the village. It was lovely in the sunshine and I enjoyed protecting them from a hairy Jack Russell (twice), a mastiff called Mabel and a labrador. But I am a bit tired and will have a little nap now.

Pegmilly
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Re: Flint JRT DofB 2013 Ottershaw Surrey

Post by Pegmilly » Sun Feb 04, 2018 8:10 pm

Aaaaaaaw Flint - you are having a fabulous life.......and sounds like you maybe are a tad spoilt - rightly so for such a fabulous young man. Xx

Neilmarion
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Re: Flint JRT DofB 2013 Ottershaw Surrey

Post by Neilmarion » Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:34 am

It's horrible and wet this morning. The BBC forecast said it was dry but I got soaked on my walk. I don't like the BBC. I've decided to stay indoors and write my blog.
We did go to the Sun in Chobham the Wednesday before last. Mum tied me to her chair and while she and Dad were chattering managed to wriggle out of my harness and collar. Mum was really surprised when I came out from under the table, with no clothes on, and started to follow a lady on her way to the loo. Unfortunately, Dad caught me and Mum put my collar and harness back, so my little adventure was short lived. I do still like going out to pubs for lunch, though.
Most of the rest of the time, I've been watching the winter Olympics on television. Some of the events are very exciting and I jump off the settee and bark encouragement. Mum and Dad thought I didn't bark very much when I came to stay. They know better now!
Bye.

Pegmilly
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Re: Flint JRT DofB 2013 Ottershaw Surrey

Post by Pegmilly » Tue Feb 20, 2018 5:16 pm

Bless him - give him a hug from me please.xx.

Polpat
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Re: Flint JRT DofB 2013 Ottershaw Surrey

Post by Polpat » Thu Feb 22, 2018 11:30 am

Flint....you are a legend!! love4.gif

MandaTK
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Re: Flint JRT DofB 2013 Ottershaw Surrey

Post by MandaTK » Thu Feb 22, 2018 12:04 pm

Polpat I couldn't have said it better myself. I LOVE reading Flint's blogs. xxxx

Neilmarion
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Re: Flint JRT DofB 2013 Ottershaw Surrey

Post by Neilmarion » Fri Mar 09, 2018 11:05 am

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Hello again, I thought it was time to bring you up to date on my adventures.
In case you were wondering, I really liked the snow and enjoyed trotting through it on my walks. If it had been deeper and come up to my tummy, it mightn't have been such fun!
Before the snow came, I went with Mum and Dad to the White Hart in Chobham for lunch, which I enjoyed, and there was a nice warm open fire. We didn't go to the pub in the week of the wintry weather, but had lunch at the Sun in Englefield Green yesterday. Maybe I'll write a guide to pubs that are nice for dogs one day.
We are going to Gloucestershire with Auntie Charlotte next week and I will tell you all about it when we get back.
Here are some photos of me in front of the fire at the White Hart and my footprints in the snow in my garden.

MandaTK
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Re: Flint JRT DofB 2013 Ottershaw Surrey

Post by MandaTK » Fri Mar 09, 2018 2:37 pm

Hi Flint I am always so happy to read your blog. You have had a lovely time and I love the footprints. xxxx

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