Sunday, 27 April 2014

Beary busy at Portland Bill.


Things at the cottage have been busy even though there have been no posts from the cottage lately.


 We had unexpected Easter visitors..


 We've been out and about on beaches.


 Out and about on cliffs over looking Lyme Regis in Dorset (Jason and Tilly May).


At Portland Bill with Karina and the mob yesterday.


Beautiful views even on a wind swept day. 


Even saw a pony on the hill side.


Views from Portland looking over Weymouth Bay are stunning on a clear day.


We've been over to Jamaica Inn with Karina.


We haven't been lazy.

We  have really enjoyed our daughter's visit to the cottage.
Tilly May is pleased to see her mum after a week, so fair is fair, it's time to give Karina back.


Many thanks to Jake,


Kiann, Tilly May and Jason for sharing.


Many thanks to all that wished Karina well last time Soggibottom made a blog post.
She is making great progress after her last operation. Now looking ahead to the next operation which will be on her foot. 
Thanks again guys for all your good wishes and understanding why Soggibottom's had a blog break.


Freya as usual is over at CAT FLAP CAVALIER.
With more photo's than I can manage in one Cat Flap Cavalier post.


See you all very soon.
:-) x x x

20 comments:

WoolenSails said...

That is a very good reason to be absent for awhile. I am so glad you could enjoy time with the boys and karina and that she is doing better.

Debbie

WendyCarole said...

Sounds like you have had some fun . The Soggibottom bear is looking very smart. All the best to Karina.

Joanna said...

Glad there's good news your way. Beautiful pictures. That horse looks a bit precarious, though.

Old Kitty said...

Awww it's so lovely to see the family together having such fun in such a beautiful place!! Awww! Karina is looking gorgeous and Freya is adorable!! Wishing you all a belated Easter and a happy May to come!! Take care
x

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

Soo good to see the family together. What wonderful news on Karina - hope her next surgery goes well too.

Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Oh the bear is beautiful! He looks so happy, and love his sweater!
We enjoyed all the photos too.
Great that Karina is doing sooo good!! Yay!
That pony on the cliff- wow!
love
tweedles

Allie said...

So very glad to see you posting - great pics of the family, sweetie! I've had you and Karina on my mind so much lately, missing you so much. My love to all....

Caroline B said...

So good to see Karina enjoying your adventures out and about.
That pony picture makes my stomach drop...

Sue said...

Lovely to see your family having a nice time.

Hope the op goes well.

Well you have a good week.

Molly The Wally said...

Lovely bear and so glad you have had such a great time and such good weather. Have a marvellous Monday.
Best wishes Molly

Lynda (Granny K) said...

Lovely to see Karina looking so well after her op, and well done Midge and Pop for being superstar grandparents! xx

Mary Ann said...

Lovely pictures. I'm very pleased to hear about Karina:) Take care.

stellaroselong said...

thank you for sharing those lovely pictures! It is always special time with the grands.
stella rose

Murphy said...

Looks like a wonderful time and beautiful place to go! You are living the good life!

Your Pals,

Murphy & Stanley

Marg said...

Sure good to see you again. Love that bear's hat. Glad you had such a good time with your family. Take good care.

Sketching with Dogs said...

What an adorable bear, love his sailor outfit!
Dip and Elliot x

Al said...

That is beautiful beach scenery - it certainly sounds as if you've been busy.

Heckety said...

Karina is looking good- hope she really is and hope she continues to be good!! Looks like you've been getting out and about and that's what you need to do in the spring!

Kirsten (peacefuldog) said...

Wow that pony looks precarious! Gorgeous pictures--best to all--

Shashi Nayagam said...

What an adorable bear. It must be such a relief to have some dry weather now and enjoy the lovely countryside.