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In between all the lousy weather we have had some nice days. These
we of course spend going on walks. Our favourite pastime. The camera
is an obligatory companion.




Enjoying the evening sun.



Mr. Runcible just had to rest his head a little while smelling a plain grey stone.
Sometimes I wish I could share the enormous, all consuming world of smell that
all bassets seem to share.



Come on! Why don't you wanna play you boring ol' mutt.





Mr. Runcible proudly presents his first cat-chased-up-a-tree:



Mr. Runcible didn't pay nearly as much attention to the cat as the cat did to him.
How should he know that these little critters can be fun? We soon got the opportunity
to find out just how much fun cats could be. Visiting some friends Mr. Runcible had
a really good time playing with the little kitten. The kitten was well used to being
rough housed as it shared residence with a mastiff pup.
After this visit Mr. Runcible gets real excited when he sees cats, or potentially new friends
as he likes to call them.

The kitten's not too impressed






We've also encountered this little fellow. Hit by a car.
 

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Beautiful pics. keep them coming...

Can you see the resemblance between Mr Runcible and Moose? (on his right side, anyway :rolleyes: )
Moose remindes me of Emma from that side.


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Great pictures, thanks. Love that head resting one.
 

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What is that critter on the side of the road?? :blink: I have never seen anything like it.. We have some very strange animals in Australia but that thing is weird :huh:

Mr Runcible Looks like he is having lots of fun.. What a cutie :p

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I do see the resemblance, and they are both such handsom fellows.
Mr. Two-face really makes an impression with his markings, and
based on what you told in a recent post it's quite suitable to
nick name him after a supervillian. :p

Badgers can be intimidating creatures. I'm not to fond of them as
they have a tendency to take cats. Saw one chasing my cat once,
but it managed to run over to the garage and escape.
Some of them can be a bit angry. I think they believe that attack is
the best defence, so it's safest not to get too closeone . One made a leap
for my brother once, but it was probably just scare tactics.
 

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Nice pictures! But, I have to admit, I was sort of expecting something a little different with "wee adventures" in the title (emphasis on the WEE part :lol: :lol: :lol: ).
 
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