Now as to the title of this post. For some time now I've been amazed at the dog's ability to know when I go to the fridge to get some cheese. If I go for any other comestible, he stays in his bed but the moment I feel esurient for matured fromage, he is sitting behind me as if by magic. So while we were away I conducted a highly scientific experiment. I went to the fridge and got out a bottle of tonic (good excuse for a gin) - no dog. I went to the fridge for a beer - no dog. Went to the fridge and touched the cheese wrapper - he was already sitting behind me giving me the 'do I get some' look. So it just goes to show that animals have extra senses than us poor humans don't have.
Bugsworth - or least part of it there are two more dock areas like this and all as well preserved.
A dog sensing cheese.
A dog asking for cheese
Actually we reckon he just knows the sound of the wrapper crackling when its touched.
Probably won't be boating now until the Spring. As usual I have the dreaded 'list' of things to work through on the boat including rebuilding the shower. But more importantly I have a book to finish.................