Hey this blogging is so much fun. Loads of friends dropped by to say hello and I have joined lots of other bloggers so that I can read their exploits and take notes (it is necessary for special ops westies to keep up to date with all the latest intel and techniques you know).
For those of you who have not been following my exploits on Facebook I need to give you a little bit of background information. Me, my doggie brothers, my mummy and daddy, oh and the cat, have recently moved to our new home. We came here because we heard there was a need for special ops security - the people of Northumberland had become a bit lax on the security front, so they called in an expert - ME!
Now when we arrived here we had to gather intellegence about the immediate area. We staked out the perimeter to ascertain whether there were any hostiles in the immediate area. We were NOT assisted by daddy who decided to erect a perimeter fence, which although it kept out the hostiles, it also got in the way of our undercover missions into Mrs Next Door's garden!
We have discovered that the neighbours, although bonkers, are not dangerous. Mrs Next Door is elderly and somewhat mad - she has been observed gardening in her pyjamas! We are convinced that she has a background in the secret services though as she can be a bit tricky and on one occasion very defty swept me up when I was snooping around her garden and carted me back to my own yard!!!!
On the other side lives the nutter professor - he is an inventor and somewhat reclusive, but a number of top secret forays into his back yard has given us evidence that he (or rather some of his stuff!) could be very useful for our special ops missions.
Mr Across the Road is more of a challenge - suffice it to say that he once captured me and brought me home tied to a washing line! He is on my hit list!
Me, Baby D and the Bucket are currently gathering all intel and making plans for our missions. Watch this space ...
Love from Hamish and the troops x