Wednesday, 3 December 2014

The Day of the Logs


Yesterday a strange thing happened here - a man came with a big trailer full of logs and tipped them all over our driveway! Us dogs all told him what we thought of that but he didn't seem to care and just drove away again. Anyway Leigh seemed happy to have the logs and spent the afternoon putting them into the shed.


And she even brought some into the house. We thought they might have been for us to play with but they have been stacked up on this new black shelf and in a nice wicker basket.



The only problem is we haven't got a fire :-) but Judith and Leigh have been talking about a new wood burning stove so we will have to wait and see what turns up. In the meantime Saoirse has decided to clean her teeth with the kindling :-)


                         She couldn't believe it when Leigh said they were not for chewing on!




  1. Saoirse and Dui are dogs of a feather...or rather fur. He's always chewing wood.

  2. Awww Saoirse wanted to chew on the wood, I used to steal the large bark wood chippings from the patio at the bottom of the garden when Mum first put them down, now they are not very interesting and I have other things to chew on, like my new rope stuffie toy and the occasional pig or venison ear! Yum! Keep me up to date with your on going log situation, it all sounds very interesting! Love and Licks from your furiend Frank XxxxxxxxX

  3. Not for chewin on? I don't believe it.

  4. The best thing about stacked firewood, is that sometimes small animals like to camp out in the pile and that makes us happy!

    Wyatt and Stanzie

  5. I expect you'll all be curled up near the wood burning stove, it'll be all lovely and cosy and toasty. Then there'll be less logs for Saoirse to chew on :)

  6. Sorry to burst your bubble, Saoirse! Your wood is not for chewing.

    We miss you guys. And we've already figured out how to give you a nice present. But we'll have to practice first.