It was in 2014 that we decided to return from Europe and settle back in the UK. Woody didn’t seem to be that bothered by this but wondered why the steering wheel of the Jeep was on the wrong side!
*Please note that the engine was not running and the car was stationary in a car park*
We own a luxury holiday villa rental company and each year we travel to inspect existing properties and to add new ones. In the summer of 2013 we were fortunate enough to get a perspective on the dog friendliness of some of our properties and a few hotels from Woody as we travelled around France and Italy.
A villa near St Tropez with a very handy fenced swimming pool for child and dog safety!
Another St Tropez villa with a garden full of friendly creatures.
Just checking on how the flowers are doing in the Ste Cezaire property, pretty well by the looks of it.
And here we are admiring the view in Montepulciano, Tuscany.
In January 2013 the big snow arrived in Andorra. Our garden was under a good metre of snow but not discouraged by this Woody thought it time he reconnected with the fluffy white stuff!
So in spring 2012 we moved back to Andorra where we already had a home pre Woody’s arrival. This time of year in the Pyrenees can be wonderful and in our garden Woody discovered a new love – plastic flower pots. Ironic really as his mum was called “Flowerpot”.
Woody’s mum Flowerpot.
He also then developed a love for the nearby woods at Engolasters where he went for a run each day. Think he wished he were a mountain goat!
Woody spent his first few months in Sandwich, Kent where he discovered that Gargoyles aren’t that scary really. It was also here that he experienced his first snow, something he would grow to love.
Thanks for joining us. This is Woody our Labradoodle in 2012 at 6 months old on the Atlantic beach of Cap Ferret near Bordeaux, France.
Woody was born in a barn near Maidstone, Kent in the winter so this was his first taste of a European summer. As is obvious he wasn’t quite used to the heat by then!