One of the trees in the street by the Library, clouds across the park, and the night sky from Lynmore.
The trees are starting to drop their leaves, the night sky is showing red shades, and there is frost on the roof in the morning.
Autumn is here, 2 degrees Celsius in the morning on the way to Lynmore and Lakes High.
The park down the road has a children’s play area, and a larger lawn area, perfect for dogs to train, run and play. The other day I walked down, and met some Constables from Taupo and Rotorua, training their dogs. The Dog Handlers had finished for the day , but were so obliging and Hera was taken out and ran,jumped and leapt for a photo. It is a little blurry, but they told me they train there regularly, so I hope for more photos another day.
Hera is a female German Shepherd, three and a half years old. These constables do a wonderful job, and have a huge rapport with their own dog. Watch for a better photo next week.
Next day I was at the park, and here is Bailey, a 3 year old Golden Retriever.
Jazzi is a 3 year old German Shepherd, an ex police dog who was available for adoption.She has a wonderful family, who have had German Shepherd dogs before .
There is an adoption protocol, and I think any family goes through a strict vetting process before the dog is theirs.Lucky girl, Jazzi.
Our grandson asked me what I did all day, “ Do you get bored, Nanny? You are home all day by yourself. ”, “ No, I have all day to do washing, meals, bake muffins, visit the library , and get in some quilting time and do the school pick-up run at 3 p.m. How could I get bored??
Photos of the Library and books I chose will be posted another day.
Quotation of the day , author unknown
Have courage and trust in your ability to follow your heart
Cheers from Jean