Saturday, June 13, 2009

On our way home from our trip to London we stopped at Hampton court. Where we met up with Eric. Jazzi was so excited she jumped for joy. We'll just stand by the gate looking cool and no one will realise she is with us.

We played all sorts of games.

Chase or ruin the golf course.

I'm the king of the castle.....

Hide and seek. Alright Jazzi we give up you can come out now.

High jump. Using Jazzi to jump over, what? she won at hide and seek didn't she?! Eric easily won, clearing the top of Jazzi's head in one fine bound.

Then we walked and talked for a bit about important dog stuff. Your humans do that too do they? Its so annoying.

As it was a lovely evening we let the humans stop at a local watering hole. Yes humans the king is very pleased with you today you may have a drink.

Simba spent most of the evening keeping Eric's Mummys lap warm for her.

It was great fun meeting Eric and his parents. It was a wonderful end to our trip and we hope to do it again soon.

Simba and Jazzi xx

Friday, June 12, 2009

Jazzi is much better now, thank you all for your concern. The lampshade is gone and she is as nutty as always. So back to our tour of London.

After all that walking we decided to stop for lunch. Some very nice wine....

...and yummy strawberries.

Then we did more walking. This time we walked across the Millennium Bridge.

You can a great view of St Paul's Cathedral from there.

We walked past the tower of London again, this time we played on the steps. It was great fun. That night was Mummy's Birthday, so they went out for a meal without us, not fair.

The next day we left St Katharine's dock and started out journey home. The bridge behind us had to be raised up to let us through. We stayed downstairs like good doggies.

Our adventure didn't end there. We made an important stop on the way home. We'll tell you all about that tomorrow.

Simba and Jazzi xxx

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

We are taking a break from our tour of London today so Jazzi can get sympathy. Go on then little princess make all the DWB's go ah. Simba xx

I was so happy yesterday to see Mummy get my lead out, walkies time. We left Simba at home and went in the car. But this was no walk, we pulled up outside the VET's . We went into the waiting room and Mummy talked to the nurse for a bit and then left me. Yes you read that right, she left me all alone at the vets. I gave her my very best puppy dog eyes and tried to stick to the floor, but it was no good, Mummy was gone.

Then they gave me something that made me really sleepy, next thing I knew I was waking up. It seems I had to be fixed. I wasn't even broken. I also had a baby tooth taken out, I was keeping that. Finally Mummy came back for me.

The only good thing about all this is the attention I got when I went home. Mummy wrapped me up in my blankie, Simba gave me kisses and I got yummy chicken for my dinner. I knew those puppy dog eyes would work. How could anyone resist?

Jazzi xxx

Tuesday, June 09, 2009

This time last week we arrived at St Katharine Docks.

We moored up "No regrets" and then we were ready to explore London town.

We were right next to Tower bridge.

We walked over the bridge to the South bank and as it was a very hot day we were lucky enough to get icecream.

We found some fountains to cool off in and met a little black pug.

Then we went back to the boat for the night.

The next day we saw the tower of London.

It is a tower truely fit for a King.

Then we went on a train to Canary Wharf.

It was another hot day, but we found ways to keep cool.

There will even more photos of our trip tomorrow, so stay tuned.

Simba and Jazzi xxx

Sunday, June 07, 2009

We decided to join Mummy on her race for life. NSFF Daddy even made us our own little numbers.

Here we are all ready to go.

Here we are with Mummy about half way round.

We checked out Mummys medal, we should have go on too, after all we took part.

Mummy would like to say a very big thank you to everyone who sponsored her.

Simba and Jazzi xx