I've been staying local for Tilly's walks even though we're free to travel anywhere within Wales and the restrictions for easing us out of lockdown are being lifted to within the UK from tomorrow. We're still getting her used to walking nicely on a lead, traffic noise and meeting other people and dogs although she does enjoy travelling in the car..
Here's a photo of her on the sea wall and another of her looking ever so bored waiting for the food to arrive from the place where we've been buying takeaway coffees and a bite to eat in the car :)
Attached to the A-frame is a litter picker and a chute which is usually full of bags so that anyone is free to pick up any discarded litter and place it into a bag and then into a nearby bin to keep the promenade and beach clean. Such a good idea although we always put our litter in the bin or take it home with us but then unfortunately not everyone is so considerate.
Now here is something you don't see every day.
I photographed and claimed the two key rings which I propped up although one has no split ring and the other one has a ring that looks a bit rusty but hubby says is going to replace them for me and I have an idea who I can give them to.
Taken from the promenade are a couple of zoomed in photos of the offshore wind farm and the castle you may recognise from the celebrity programme on TV last year.
Today I took Tilly to the park and tried to get her interested in chasing a tennis ball but she was more interested in the extending dog lead which was the first time of using as I daren't let her run loose yet for fear of not being able to catch her. She was keen to attack the actual ball-thrower or simply picking up loose clumps of grass. Many, many new things for her yet to learn.