Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Our Morning Walk

In the morning me, my dog Chelsea, and her dog, Buster the African Sausage Dog, set out on our walk.


We all enjoy getting out and about.


The road is long but full of adventures.


We walk and explore until we reach our turn-around tree.



Buster makes sure everyone knows we were there.




We lay down and take a rest and think about bunny rabbit clouds.



It's time to head back!



....but there's still plenty to investigate...




....like the interesting wildlife.



We can see home now...



...and there's the gate.



A good hearty walk needs to end with a nice cool down.



Thanks for coming along!

17 comments:

Miriam said...

Thanks for taking me!

Heather said...

How lovely to see pictures from your walk! Those dogs are gorgeous and the place looks so interesting, so different to what i'm used to here!

Anonymous said...

the picture are very nice. and gate too

Elspeth Antonelli said...

I've just taken a walk in Botswana - thanks so much for letting me tag along.

Selma said...

Loved the walk. Your dogs are so cute. The earth is reddish like the outback in Australia. It was nice to see a donkey on the side of the road as well as the bunny rabbit clouds!!

Lauri said...

Glad you guys enjoyed it!

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Val said...

that was great!

Catarina said...

Seams like a lovely walk :) I really miss Botswana, so I'ts great to read your blog and get a glimpse of my childhood's country.

Lauri said...

Catarina glad you stopped by. Where did you live in Bots?

Lauri said...

Catarina glad you stopped by. Where did you live in Bots?

GutsyWriter said...

I can visualize your home now. I have to say it seems noise-free: no traffic, no pollution, no crowds. Am I right? Can I visit?

Lauri said...

Yes GW, where I live there is very little traffic. And yes- you can come and visit!

GutsyWriter said...

Thanks Lauri. You know me. I love to experience life in different countries. Quick question? Do you feel lonely or isolated? In Belize. I did miss not being able to drive to a coffee shop or a library. There weren't any, plus we were on an island with 11,000 inhabitants.

Lauri said...

I've always been a bit of a loner, not a group person at all, so I don't mind my own company. But occassionally it is nice to get together with people. Of course for writing contacts and friends, the internet is very important to me.

Catarina said...

I lived in Gabarone and went to Westwood Primary School. My dad worked for Kalahari Air Services there. When I was 10 we went back to Portugal, but Botswana will always be part of my identity.

Kiru Taye said...

Beautiful! I love the pics. I feel as if I went on the walk with you.