Wednesday, May 21, 2014


Hi Milo & Jet here! On the last day of our holiday we decided to go for a walk around the Daylesford  Lake. The first thing we spotted when we arrived were some geese out enjoying nibbling on the grass.
Once we had grabbed our leads we headed off on our walk around lake Daylesford. There were many lovely autumn trees that were just starting to begin to lose their leaves.
 After walking for a little while we stopped too pose for some photos of our handsome selves and if we may say so ourseleves we look very cool.
 After our photos we continued on with our walk and we all enjoyed the lovely views as we walked around the lake.
                             Jet found some cool rocks to pose in front of so he gave his big smile to show us how happy he was.
 We walked on until we came across a cute little waterfall that had lots of lovely moss surrounding it.
 We were getting closer toward the end of our walk but there was still so much to see and smell plus many photo opportunities.
   We were almost back to the car but stopped first for a family photo which turned out very well if we do say so ourselves.
 After our family photo we headed for the car and once we jumped in and fell to sleep we were soon heading home after a pawesome doggie holiday.


  1. Daylesford is a gorgeous area. Love those golden trees reflected in the lake.

    XXXOOO Bella & Roxy

  2. What beautiful photos ... looks like you had a great time!
    You are definitely a couple of handsome fellows ...

    Love Zoe, Liberty & Whitney
    (Peyton & Webster, too!)

  3. Howdy Milo and Jet. Sorry we're late mates, but what a fabo holiday. Your photos are gorgeous and aren't the trees so beautiful. Glad you had such a wonderful time.
    No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

  4. Great photos. We would have chased the ducks though....

  5. Love your blog, you always have such great photos!!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!



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