A view from each room.

Greetings loyal readers and fellow maremmas.  Instead of woofless Wednesday mummy thought you’d like to see some artistic photos of the garden taken from different rooms in the house.  Of course you would.  It has been raining here since yesterday and for some reason daddy will not let Me and Nellie inside to take our rightful place, snoozing on the rug.  He says he does want the smell of wet doggies permulating throughout the house. How mean of him, Me and Nellie think.  Maybe, if We sit outside on the deck and look pathetic, he might relent and let Us in.  Wish Me and Nellie luck.  Love from two very damp maremmas.

View of the grape vine from the kitchen window

View of the grape vine from the kitchen window

Taken from the laundry window.  Mummy says she spends a lot of time in the laundry. She says that "She put washing away" will be on her gravestone.

Taken from the laundry window. Mummy says she spends a lot of time in the laundry. She says that “She put washing away” will be on her gravestone.

Outside brother's bedroom

Outside brother’s bedroom

View from the living room window

View from the living room window

View of the garden, again from the living room.

View of the garden, again from the living room.

The garden taken from the dinning room window

The garden taken from the dinning room window

The rose Dublin Bay, taken from a bedroom.

The rose Dublin Bay, taken from a bedroom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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25 Responses to A view from each room.

  1. Your gardens are stunningly pretty, J. Try using the Death Stare from out on the deck. It always works for me.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

  2. Give daddy your best puppy eyes, then maybe he’ll let you in!

  3. Lovely garden. Weave your magic Jasper and your Daddy won’t be able to resist!

  4. rumpydog says:

    I say chew on something outside…. Or maybe dig holes in that beautiful garden!

  5. catchatcaren says:

    Your views are delightful!!! I was thinking…maybe you should keep your Daddy outside and you go in? Then he doesn’t have to worry about the smell 🙂 Just a thought…Barks and licks and love, Dakota

  6. Kyla says:

    Betcha there’s lots of bunnies in that garden.

    • No bunnies in our garden, except for those two silly rabbits called Bella and Quincy. Sometimes mummy sees bunnies running across the road when she is going into town, but thankfully there are none wanting to visit mummy’s garden. She is more concerned about a peacock visiting and causing mayham.

  7. Boomdeeadda says:

    oh jeeze, I love the smell of wet doggie or dry doggie too….nothings better than burying my nose in a big furry dog…oh please, come on Jasper & Nellies dad….they are lonely outside.

    Your mum must do lots of laundry and that gravestone would give a few giggles.

  8. what a fantastic garden! ours is so dry and shrivelled at the moment *whispers* could you send your raint to Melbourne pleas? I just don’t understand humans dislike of anipcal wet fur smell I think you should demand a doggy door so you can come and go at your pleasure, xxx’s

  9. Love your garden. Oooh, a grapevine – do your parents make wine? 🙂

  10. Basil says:

    I’ll do puppy eyes at him too, that has to work!!

  11. Emmadog says:

    It looks very tropical there where you are. Too bad about the wet dog smell but my Kuvasz sis has serious wet dog odor and it takes her forever to dry. My damp smell is not as bad and I dry fast. Hope you two get inside again soon!

  12. Clowie says:

    You have a lovely garden.

  13. Look out! My mom is on the move to occupy the place under the grape vine, she said this place is perfect for reading a book ( I’ll bet it is one with a bazillion pages so she will stay at your place for a while, approx. 1 year or two ) ;o)

  14. Very nice views and great idea to take pictures that way.

  15. onebluedog says:

    You guys have such a beautiful garden! Maybe not as nice a place to nap as the rug, but not bad either!

  16. Wow….would love to drop in and see these for real sometime…and you beautiful doggies as well. We won’t bring Mia the Maremma with us though!! Bit of a hike from Brisbane.

    • Greetings. How is our cousin Mia? We have not heard from her for ages. How is she? Love Jasper and Nellie.

      • Good I will get Emily to write a post soon. We took her camping with 2 other families she knew only a little, and she was a very good girl, mostly slept but always keeping an eye on the kids (even other people’s kids) if they wandered away from the campsite. We were on my parents property in Northern NSW. Near Mount Warning (one of our only good mountains!)

      • Did I just reply? I seem to have lost it if so….will check on your blog

  17. Ah yes my reply is here – I was doing it from my dashboard notifications and my reply didn’t show up – sorry for the extra comments!

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