Sunday, January 27, 2013


HI. Milo & Jet here! The other day we went to our own local Australia Day barbecue at our local park. We got ready very early for our adventure so once everything had been grabbed off we headed on our adventure.
We had soon arrived at the park and saw all the stalls being set up which was very interesting and there were some pawesome smells too once they started cooking the sausages.
We soon found a place to sit and relax and it wasn't long before people were coming over to have cuddles with our handsome selves. 
After getting lot's of pawesome cuddles from everyone we had a family photo taken with Ros and because we did such an awesome job we got half a sausage each. It was very yummy!!  
After the family photo a lady came over to tell us that a whip cracking demo was about to start and she was worried we would be scared of the loud noise. We thought that was very nice of her so we moved away a little bit just in case but we were very brave and weren't scared at all.  Of course, bacon helps!
After the whip cracking was over we decided it was time to start heading home as we were quite tired by this stage but not before one last photo. 

We slept very well once we got home after such a busy morning.  We wish all our Aussie blog friends a Happy Australia Day from Milo & Jet!!  


  1. We still can't believe how big Jet is! Seems like just yesterday he was coming home! Happy Australia Day!

    Murphy & Stanley

  2. It was too hot for us to go out other than first thing in the morning. But we celebrated with sausages, too! Sounds like you had a very Happy Australia Day!

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  3. You guys is lucky! Floyd and I got NOTHING for Australia Day... Pft, silly peeps were away on a holiday... You, without us!

  4. Mmm! Sausage! Sounds like a great way to celebrate Australia Day!

  5. Sounds like a fun time, and what a fantastic family photo with Ros

    The silvers and more



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