Sunday 17 July 2011

Day 2 of Blogging

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


  1. good luck on your special ops !!! x

  2. It's so nice to meet you Hamish, if that indeed is your real name, I know that spies sometimes change their names to protect the innocent...But we also have a dog that is involved in covert operations that was sent by Rocky Creek Scotties to infiltrate a pack of rescued Golden Retrievers and a Wheaten Terrier. So far, he's done well destroying the evidence hidden in squeaky toys and on paper...We'll look forward to following you and reading about your missions of mischief!! :-)))

  3. Hey Hamish,

    You better be careful of people gardening in PJ's - there's one of those sneaky ladies at our house - very, very interesting.

    Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh, Ruairi and Ivy

  4. I agree, gardening in Pj's, Wierd!! Looks like you have the special ops bases all covered. I would stay away from the clothesline guy too!! Keep up the good work Hamish!!


  5. LOL ... that was fun! Keep you eyes on that nutty Professor .. I live with one as well!

  6. Northumberland is now safe....or at least your fenced in part of it. Keep your eyes open sounds like some strange things going on there. And you haven't mentioned cats, yet. We always keep track of them.

    Keep up the good work, guys.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

  7. Gardening in your pj's is definitely strange! Best keep an eye on her, Hamish!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

  8. Hammish you have inspired the Cairn brigade in my home to a new level of Morale. They have had quite a few setbacks in their special ops and are in need of some good pointers in the field of undercover ops. they too have been carried back much to their dismay by Mrs. (Big Bum) Neighbor. Oh they did not like that one bit... The whole lot of them.

  9. Sounds like a strangely interesting neighborhood. Keep us informed on any strange antics you encounter.
    Morgan, Tsar and the Porties

  10. Sounds like a good neighborhood for special ops and special barkings!

  11. Keep up the good work, Hamish. Northumberland needs you, Baby D and Bucket.

  12. Hmm... special ops does seem to be called for... we have some of those suspicious neighbors, too... one guy is always working on a car of his but never seems to finish it. I suspect he is really building some kind of super top secret kind of time machine disguised as a car.....

    Or was that the plot of a movie??? What, Momma? It was in a movie??

    Never mind....

  13. I thought I was the only one with weird strange neighbours their a very dodgy set iv got. Mummy,s friend is convinced we are MOD sent to spy it give mummy the giggles.
    Oh Hamish mummy say be careful of the pesky Viking their the mortal enemy of us proud Celtic warriors as mummy walks us on Viking way and we have to be extra careful guiding mummy against the dodgy Vikings