Tuesday, July 30, 2013


Hi Milo & Jet here. Yesterday we came home from a three day holiday with Ros at Anam Cara House in Geelong. We had a pawesome time and we went on lots of walks around Geelong.  We arrived on Friday afternoon and after getting everything set up we headed off on our first walk.
 We had been walking for a while when we smelled that we were getting close to our destination. We started to get quite excited about where we were going. We just had to make it to the top of the hill.
 We had soon arrived at our destination. W were very excited and couldn't wait to get down there and have a look. Doesn't it look like a lovely place?
We stopped for a while to take in the sights and smells of the location. Milo also chose to pose for a photo. 
Don't I look very handsome? After photo taking we headed down the path towards the beach. 
We headed towards the beach and we went for a nice stroll along the water front stopping briefly to have a look out across the bay and in the distance we could see our mountain. It's way off in the distance. There were some cute ducks going for a swim on the water and they seemed very busy looking for their lunch. 
We soon continued on and we decided we wanted to head towards the beach so we led the way. Soon as we were walking towards the beach we made a friend with a lovely border collie doggie. 
Once we had finished saying hello to each other we all continued on towards the beach. There was some very unusual things on the beach. They looked like big jelly plates that someone had left on the beach. 
Then having a stroll along the beach we decided to have a family photo with the famous eastern beach bollards. Don't we look so happy together? 
Once we had finished with our photo taking we continued on walking. We walked over to a nice patch of green grass and posed for some photos. Jet looked very regal in his photos. 
After finishing our photo taking Ros decided to start heading back to Anam Cara House. We headed off but we didn't get far before we ran into some nice doggie friends. The first doggie we met was a German Shepherd x. We had a great time saying hello to each other. 
 The next doggies we ran into were two american bulldogs. They were very friendly and we had a pawesome time saying hello to each other. They were still quite young and they had lots of energy so they got on very well with Jet.
 Well after saying goodbye to all our new friends we continued on but then we heard lots of humans shouting out very excitedly and we were dragged towards the water because the humans had spotted something out in the water.
   It was a dolphin. The dolphin made all the humans very excited. They came running from all ends of the beach.  After watching it for a while and making sure Ros had taken a photo so we could show all our doggie friends we headed back to Anam Cara House for a big rest as we had been out for a while and we were very tired when we got back that we soon fell to sleep. We hope you have enjoyed hearing about the first part of our holiday. There is still much to show you.  Bye From Milo & Jet    


  1. A REAL beach...you lucky dogs.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  2. What is it about dolphins that gets humans so excited?....It happens every time and everywhere :-)

  3. What a fun trip to the beach! Did you get to run in the sand? That's my favorite part.

  4. You two met do many nice furiends! We think that German shepherd wanted to play with you!

    Bart, Ruby and Otto

  5. Holy cows!! So many new furends!!! They all looked awfully nice! I likes the Pits, they sure are ADORABLES!
    I hopes you got to chase somethin'...that always makes the beach betters!! BOL
    Ruby ♥
    pees: Jet, you do look awfully Regal!!

  6. Thanks for sharing your holiday. Mum had heard about Geelong (she once worked with someone from there) so it is nice to see your pictures as, in my imagination, I can smell the salty air (and other dogs) from here in NZ.




Hi Jet and Arli here! Sorry we have been away for so long but we have told our human it's time we returned so we will start by telling y...