Today is a lovely sunny day and so I thought I’d check out what’s been happening in my garden over the last week or so. Our house is built into the side of a hill (there are lots of those here in Devon!) and so I can’t actually look out on the garden from indoors. Although we almost live outside during the summer, it’s fair to say that I lose sight of what’s happening outside during the winter months. I was delighted to see that my beautiful pink Camellia was in full bloom, and I picked a few buds to bring inside.
The primroses are lovely as well, but I was surprised to see that a number had disappeared into a large muddy hole. And at the bottom of the hole there appeared to be .. the remants of a large dog chew. It strongly resembled one that Ben received earlier this week to keep him occupied as I wrestled with the intricacies of my wonderful new website. I wondered where it had gone as I hadn’t fallen over it for a couple of days. Then I looked around and saw ….
A rather muddy nose attached to a large furry dog! Let’s take a closer look …
Yes .. I think the evidence is fairly conclusive – I know who’s been digging up the primroses. Bad dog Ben!