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Monday, 5 January 2009

Cluny Hill

All these pictures are blurry, the dogs were so excited to be going up Cluny Hill that they got the zoomies....there are lots of good places to sniff!

Alot of the trees up here have been blown over or damaged by strong wind.....this is a casualty from a couple of years ago, it's very tall. (At least it was!)

Cool roots.....and who lives in there?....a Badger maybe?

A glimpse of Nelson's Tower through the trees.

9 sniffy tailwags:

Tina. said...

Yikes those photos made me dizzy! I bet the hounds running past made you a little dizzy too but it sure looks like fun!

Nigel, Sola and Co. said...

What a beautiful place to spend time. Can we cross the pond and crash with you for some badger sniffing? ; )

Thor said...

Hi Snoop, Alfie, Rosie and Gabbi!
What a beautiful and interesting place to walk! =)

Love,
Thor

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

You have such lovely places around there for walks.

Wow..that must have been some strong winds to uproot that huge tree like that. Wind is horrible, it does so much damage.

Love,
Holly & Zac

Dughallmor Beagles said...

That particular wind was a couple of Januarys ago, it blew all the trees down in grounds of the primary school, which had to be shut for a few days, the High school was shut as it had blown some of the roof off and it even blew part of the canopy from the new Tesco store onto the bypass! What a mess!

The Devil Dog said...

What fun photos. And the tower in the background...cool.

Roxy

Angus Mhor said...

What a beautiful place-I think I'd like to go along on a walk with you! I'll bet there are snoots-fuls of smells!

Amber said...

Looks a bit warmer! Mom likes how you all call your running around the zumies...she thinks it is a very cute name. When I get crazy and run around she calls them hot laps. :)

Those trees look very cool!

Nala

Stella said...

The beagles of Dughallmor must be the happiest dogs on the planet. Wonderful runs every day, unleashed, loved, cared for. . .lucky guys!

Kisses,
Stella, who would be happier with no leash!