Category Archives: Ridgeback behaviour
It has been one of those weeks… Five dead cane toads in the garden, a dead lizard on the bottom of the pool and then there was the piece de resistance… I had received a whiff of ‘dead thing’ on … Continue reading
We are lucky to have spectacular sunsets here in Darwin. During the wet season the skies are heavy with dramatic monsoon clouds and in the dry season the smoke from bush fires creates the most beautiful hazy colours. Capturing a … Continue reading
I feel I should point out the following 10 things before you come to the conclusion of this post:- 1. I do not have to navigate my way through my house through artificial corridors of newspapers; 2. I don’t think … Continue reading
Helloooooo! Apologies for the lack of posts. Miss Fab, her sidekick plus the two cats have been left in the care of Aunty M who is sending through regular updates and photos but I haven’t had time to sit down … Continue reading
Elsie has discovered how to nose the bedroom door open in the middle of the night. I leave it open a touch so that Fergus and George can come and go as they please. On Thursday night she nicked through … Continue reading
When Flo finds George on her bed she (wisely) won’t go near it. Elsie has the stupidity foolishness innocence of youth on her side. She’ll learn.
Tonight is the first night that Elsie hasn’t been confined to either a crate or pen overnight. It’s half past eleven. Here are some pics of the early part of the night… Five minutes in and Elsie’s bed is empty … Continue reading
Despite feeling nervous about getting Elsie spayed it is not something that I would ever avoid. Living here where hunting pigs with dogs is popular and where, quite frankly, most of the people I’ve met who engage in the activity … Continue reading
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It is becoming a regular occurence for Flo to turn up at the door completely naked… Elsie has been honing her skills in collar removal, which is then followed by chewing them juuuust to the point that the buckle no … Continue reading
October to May is ‘stinger season’ here in Darwin. Stingers are box jellyfish. It’s a good time to stay out of the water because it is not a creature you want to meet. Most of the time it’s not a … Continue reading
Elsie assures me she has no idea who dug about in all my carefully placed sand, but she thinks it might have been Flo. Or George. Or even Fergus. We’re taking part in the Monday Mischief Blog Hop hosted by … Continue reading
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Not on your nellie Elsie. The fence was put there to stop Elsie drowning in the pond when she was little. She’s not little any more, but the fence is staying put. I can’t think why! This is part of … Continue reading
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Fergus? No, no idea where she is. Haven’t seen her. Snigger. We’re taking part in Monday Mischief Blog Hop hosted by Snoopy. Hop over to his by clicking on the link and join in.
I didn’t have a post ready for today. I wasn’t bothered. I was going to leave it. Then, an hour ago, I found Elsie eating this outside on her bed. In case you’re wondering what it is, it’s what’s left … Continue reading
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