Thursday, July 03, 2008

My very long walk

Part one.

Going to Stanborough lakes.

Mummy has started taking me on a very long walk. She has decided we need to be fitter and healthier. So we now walk to Stanborough lakes.

First we walk down this narrow path, being careful of the stinging nettles.


Then through the field that is full of rabbit holes.



Then go through the farmers field. We are allowed its a public right of way.


We then walk toward the railway bridge.



We go under the bridge. Sometimes its a bit scary because you can hear the trains.



Finally we make it to Stanborough lakes.



If you want to know what I get up too there you can find out tomorrow.


Simba xx

22 comments:

Girl Girl Hamster said...

That looks really fun. Did you find any rabbits in those rabbit holes?

~ Girl girl

BrandytheGreat said...

Well, lucky you! My walkies are always too short!

Goofy said...

simba,

did u see lila's family in the holes? Did you ask them, did they lost a child hopping over to boo's house?

love
goofy

BWTH Dog House said...

that looks berry adventure to us....we never walk so far...and did you chase wabbit?

Abby said...

Hi, Simba...

What a nice walk...

I'm surprised your Mom could get you to keep going when you saw the rabbit holes...Did you see any rabbits??

I can't wait to see what you did when you got there...

Abby xxxooo

Huskee Boy said...

Hi Simba,
Pity you didn't meet any rabbits.. Otherwise you can make Boo jealous by cuddling up to one or bringing it home.

umekotyan said...

Good evening simba.
The story is given to the narrow road.
The expectation rises.
Rabbit's road runs about the world of simba.
A wonderful stroll with the rabbit. :)

from loved ume tyan

Girasol said...

The way to the lake is a real adventure...very careful in the field of rabbit holes...there could be an ambush...Is there a shortcut?

Boo said...

har har har, goofy asked if u see lila's hole? she is not going anywhere now that she get fed so well at my house and play with us. the cow tried biting face with lila but lila isn't impressed at all!

how are you my simba? mom been busy in the office. she's getting broadband internet in next week and we might get to chat for a while.

how long is that long walk actually? mummy wants to slim down and i think u need it too. hahahaha.

wet wet licks

Boo

Mango the Maltese kiddo said...

What an adventure! Nice scenery! Can't wait to see what's next!

Mack said...

Oh what beautiful scenery.
All we have is a school yard without kids!!

Aniemother said...

that looks like a lovely walk, Simba!

Bajas

Kodak the Eskie said...

That looks like a great walk! Such beautiful countryside. I would love to see rabbits and chase after them!

Hugs, Kodak

Abby said...

Hi, again, Simba...

I forgot to ask you before...

What are stinging nettles?? I don't think we have them here...

Abby xxxooo

Sparky said...

Simba!

Man, you seem to sure be enjoying this long walk! I can't wait to find our what kind of things you get into there!

Sparky

Kathryn and Ari said...

A walk fit for a king! I love the way that there is so much public access in the UK: that's one of many things we could learn from you!

Mickey said...

Oooooooooooo,that looks like a really nice walk!!! Mom should go on that walk!!!! Oops,sorry Mom,heehee
Purrs Mickey

Lorenza said...

Hi, Simba!
that place looks great for a long walkie! my walkies are very short and boring!
Kisses and hugs
Lorenza

Jackson said...

What a lovely walk! I'm always blundering through stinging nettles, but I mostly don't seem to notice. Probably because I'm supertough or something. J x

Jackson and Patrick said...

Simba, you live in one of the most beautiful areas ever. Aren't stinging nettles the worst?

Molly and Taffy said...

Hi Simba

Your walk looks just like the kind we like. Rabbits, water and miles of places to exploer.
Have a good weekend.

Molly and Taffy

Joe Stains said...

Looks fun, I bet that train bridge thing is SCARY at night!