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Morning activities (pics) :D

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by shezzy, Jul 25, 2009.


  1. shezzy

    shezzy PetForums Senior

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    Hey everyone, well i enjoyed the sun this morning as i went on whats called the "chain walk" its basically a cliff face with chains and a walk way lol. its pretty good as long as you dnt fall off :p which is a shame cause someone died there not that long ago :(
    Anyway on a happyer note im a litte bit more tanned and a little bit fitter lmao Just thought i would share my day lol :D
    I took a few pics, sorry if theres too much :p

    What has everyone done with their sunny day??

    Our first obstical
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    Just a nice piccie
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    My sister posing
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    My mum refused to let go and pose hahahha
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    Just one of the little obsticals :) :)
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    This amused me
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    I duno why i found this funny...
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    My sister enjoying scratching her ear a little too much..
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    My mum taking a pic of me while i take a pic o her...
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    Mrs Lady Bug lol
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    What kinda bee is this??
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    What kinda moth is this???
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    My sis alseep int he back of the car (she'd kill me if she knew i was putting her photos up muahahha
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    And a random pic of Milly i took before i left hehe :p
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    Cassies-mum PetForums VIP

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    sounds like you had a good day ;)
     
  3. shezzy

    shezzy PetForums Senior

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    Oh yeah and the pics aint that great because i only had my mobile with me hahha :p
     
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    shezzy PetForums Senior

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    Yeah it was fun, dnt get out with my mum and sis that much these days lol :p im hoping it stays sunny so i can go out again later with my O/H lol
     
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    glad you had a good time ;)
    unfortunately nothing good like that round here :(
     
  6. shezzy

    shezzy PetForums Senior

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    Really :eek: then you should come to Scotland :D we have loadsa kewl walks to go on, if your into hikeing (cant spell that lol)
     
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    wonderful pics :) glad you have fun wish there was something like that here, but in Cambridgeshire its very Flat :rolleyes: only mole hills to climb :D
     
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    shezzy PetForums Senior

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    HAhaha
    Yeah ive been going there for years, its alot better than it used to be, the chains used to be all rusty... didn't trust them hahaha :p
     
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    I gotta ask Shezzy... where in fife is that place, looks like loads of fun!!
     
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    shezzy PetForums Senior

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    Its called ellie beach, but theres two sides to it. On one side you can go along this walk and on the other side theres this deserted beach. another nice walk to go on with your dogs because no one ever goes there and its a nice long walk along the beach.
     
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    ** goes off to find it on the map!*** Thx Hun
     
  12. shezzy

    shezzy PetForums Senior

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    Hahah :p its all good untill you start to hear rocks tumbling down the cliff:eek:

    I heard all these little rocks tumbling down... then my sister shouted something and i told her to shut up incase she causes a rock slide or something lol :p and you have to go when the tides out, other wise its too impossible to do it.
     
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    Its not that far from us, (about an hour) might have to put that on my 'places to visit' list .. dogs would love the beach to
     
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    shezzy PetForums Senior

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    Really? never knew you lived in scotland lol :p

    Yeah its a nice place to go. theres a walk up the top of the cliff you can take your dogs but if you id be carefull just incase they get too close to the cliff edge.
    I took my mums dog on the actual chain walk when the tide was right out so on the steep bits (like in the pics) the dogs can just walk around.

    On the deserted side me and my sister took her dogs there and we ran into a dead sheep on the beach :eek:hmy: I have no idea how it got there tho lol never seen a sheep on the beach in my life
     
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    proberly one of those marine trained Aqua Sheep hun, they use them to plant mines on the bottoms of enemy ships.. but because of all their wool they don't get blown up with the ship, all the shrapnel just bounces off.
    Damn clever these Military people! LOL
     
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    shezzy PetForums Senior

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    :eek:
    Oh my lol :eek: << thats all i cans ay to that haha
     
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