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Some Beautiful Tom’s Barn Guests

poppyWe could well be talking about our human guests but actually now it is dogs we have in mind. We do get some really beautiful dogs, and most of them not only lovely to look at but very well behaved and with manners to match. It makes it a real pleasure welcoming dogs, which only occasionally wears a bit thin and only once was a complete disaster but we try not to think of that.

milly-and-tesssummer-2010-013Anyway, rather late in the day, we have started whenever possible taking a photo or asking theSONY DSC owners if they can send one. I’m not quite sure how many photos one can show in one post, so maybe this will have to be a series of short posts with a few dogs at a time… and of course, you can go to the gallery in the blog which at the moment has as many of Boots as visiting dogs, but we intend to rectify this in the future.Tracey and Darren's Sid, on Tom's Barn doormat

Meanwhiole, for a start, here are – Millie and Tess, Bronte, Poppy and Sid! I fear I have much to learn about layout and design but whatever I hope may be the outcome when I insert the photos  WordPress seems to have an idea of its own. Anyway, for the time being this will have to do. (But the dogs are beautiful, anyway.)

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