Rufus and his human are here for the weekend.  We’re all cosied up on the sofa now after a beautiful walk up the Fairy Glen on the Black Isle.  Can’t think of a better way to spend a Saturday.  🙂

P.S. We are not terribly sure who the dog in the last picture is.  He just wandered out of the woods, stared at us for a while and wandered off.

17 thoughts on “Rufus

  1. Adorable Rufus! I love that way dogs use their eyes, showing a bit of eyewhite, looking from the corner of their eye but pretending not to:) And how they find those oh so funny – not – things to play with (although that was at least a pretty pink item…;)

  2. Was it not snowy up there Wendy? We’ve been up in the Highlands for the last week & it started snowing on our way home this morning 😦

    Rufus is one cute dog, the second picture is just gorgeous 🙂

  3. I love the pics. Rufus made me laugh, our lab runs off with my bra as soon as you put it down!!!

    It sounds like the perfect way to spend a saturday 🙂

  4. Pia – Isn’t he gorgeous? He’s VERY mischievious though!

    Claire – We had snow at night and a little today but yesterday was rather nice. Hope you enjoyed your time in the Highlands!

    Megan – Bras, socks, pants… Rufus will chew anything small clothes item he can get his chompers around. 🙂

    Christina – You should see him jump. It’s hillarious. He’s like a gazelle with poor spacial awareness.

  5. What perfect company for the weekend! I guess that other dog saw that you all were having so much fun that he might want to join in!
    Thanks for the walk in the woods! I can just smell it now! And do I see peeks of green in those woods?

  6. Cynthia – Yup. He’s not fussy about the colour or size though!

    Deb – Snowdrops and crocuses are peeking out. I’m not foolish enough to think that means spring is here though. It’s still very cold. 🙂

  7. rufus is gorgeous! and i love the photos in the woods, with tiny signs of spring just beginning to show.

    my sheepdog does’t care about bras, but leave some underpants unguarded for even a second and they’re gone.

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  9. lovely pics…especially the snowdrops…they give me hope for spring!

    this is my first time stumbling upon your blog, reminds me of trips to Scotland past, and good memories!

    your recipes look delicious!

    will be back again


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