Friday, May 6, 2011


Hi! Milo and Angus here. Today we went to Rothwell Reserve we are very lucky in Little River and we have lots of these tiny reserves with in walking distance from our house.

Isn't it a nice spot ?
We love to go there as there are always great smells. It's a one and a half kilometre walk from our house to there. So off we went to Rothwell Reserve.

After a little while we had arrived. Isn't it a beautiful spot? There is a nice walking path for our humans to walk down while we are busy exploring.

There is some beautiful scenery at Rothwell Reserve. Lots of lovely big old gum trees and lots of other interesting smelling plants.

We have just arrived and can't wait to start exploring. Off we went with our humans enjoying the sights and to a lesser degree the smells. We have noticed that humans much prefer to look at things rather then smell them. It's very strange if you ask us. After all, how can any-one truly enjoy something if they don't smell it first?

Having a sniff of a bush. All of a sudden something appeared that was quite strange and very big. It sort of looked like a huge dog but it certainly didn't smell like one. We were both extremely interested in this huge thing so we both kept a close eye on it.

Then our humans explained they were animals called horses and they were really very nice looking. Their humans were very nice and our humans had a very good chat with them. Aren't they pretty looking?

Soon they had to keep going on their walk. A little while later it was time for us to go home as well. Just as we were leaving we saw another doggie appear. She was an English Springer Spaniel named Mandy.

So after saying hello to her it was time to go home. We can't wait to come back to Rothwell Reserve for another great adventure.


  1. What a wonderful walk!! We love the pictures! The horses are beautiful and Mandy looks like a nice friend to have around!! Lots of love, Holly and mom

  2. Hi Y'all!

    Wow! I would have loved to go with you! Could y'all run off leash?

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  3. That looks like the perfect spot for a good walk/run! I've seen horses too, but am not quite sure what they are yet. Mom says they are OK--I guess so.

  4. Its so true, you have to use your nose to truely enjoy something!

    The picture of the tree with the bridge and river is beautiful! :D

    Wow those were some big dogs, they even made us look tiny!

    Licks and lots of slobber,
    Lexi and Jasper the Danes



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