Hello there all my long lost furry friends from around the world!!!
I have missed you all so much! (and so has Mom!).
Our humans arrived back a little earlier than expected from their seaside jaunt. The weather was quite horrible and they decided to cut their holiday short! But hey, I'M NOT complaining! I missed them so much!
Thankfully Mom organised a nice dogsitter for us, but it's never quite the same as our own humans! We were well looked after though and guess what?!...
MY STITCHES ARE OUT!!!! YIPPEE!!
Well, now that Mom is home, I am ensuring her undivided attention and giving her that "sorry-for-me" eyeball look...it never fails! (hehe!). I simply carry my toy-puppy around and she is a "walk-over" for my attention!
TAMMY too has been practicing her "sorry" look!
...as for the irritating squirts...well they got a BATH!!!
Well, since Mom is back, I can play the TOUR GUIDE again. I can annex all her photographs and tell you all the stories...
It seems that their holiday was 'rained out'!
The eastern coast of South Africa has been experiencing an unexpectedly high amount of rainfall, so our humans literally only had about 4 hours of sunshine. I'm a little confused, because many of Mom's photographs have that"sunny"look...she must have made full use of that little sunshine that they had!
Here are some pictures of the view from their apartment at:
CABANNA BEACH, UMHLANGA ROCKS,
KWA-ZULU NATAL SOUTH COAST.
Well, that looks sunny to me, right!?! But Mom reassures me that this picture was taken the very hour they arrived - from then on it was rainy - except for 4 hours on Wednesday morning.
There was however some regular early morning entertainment! Every day a school of dolphins could be seen swimming up and down the shore-line...
(I organised them for Mom...she just doesn't realise it!!!)
Dolphins are always a big attraction to people!!! Anyone in their vicinity will simply stand, awestruck and watch them. These two people were on a small little boat and "won the jackpot" because the dolphins came to greet them. Mom says that it was beautiful to watch!..
Each morning too, boats are dispatched to check all the shark-nets along the SOUTH AFRICAN coastline's beaches. At Umhlanga the dolphins always seem to greet the boats and their occupants. They also have their own way of avoiding the shark nets.
Well, Mom says it was lovely to watch the dolphins' escapades...they are truly magnificent creatures!
This is what the beach looks like at low tide...
Well, there are MANY pictures from mom's collection to show you all and MANY stories to write for all my readers.