I got to go too! Thank goodness. It would have been awful if I'd had to stay home all by myself on Chrissie night [though it is entirely possible my besotted humans would have given up the dinner to keep me company if I'd not been invited].
I wore my best collar! and some flowers from the garden! so everyone would know I was a girl.
This did not work.
When we got there, the 1st thing I did was run around the yard. It was a very interesting place.
There were all sorts of herbs, vegetables, fruit trees, special indigenous plants, ponds with fish, a worm farm, piles of compost and a chicken pen. Apparently there were lots of froggies too but we didn't manage to see any.
I immediately found lots of smelly stuff to eat!
Here are 2 plants we'd never seen before!
On the left is a water chestnut, and on the right, a dragon fruit plant.
Here is a picture of a dragon fruit in case you don't know what it is. Isn't it beautiful?
Pic from HERE.
The Typist says they look better than they taste though.
I got to meet the chickens!The Typist was really worried I'd try to eat them. It's sad that she has such little faith in me. I didn't try to eat them at all!
My humans are very proud of how I've been behaving around farm animals [so far]. I have to say, I think I'm doing pretty good for my 1st trip out to the boonies.
The chickens are Lacy Wing Wyandottes. No one is allowed to eat these 3, only their eggs. Mr Terry says they're going to die of old age.
I had a big bone for Christmas tea!
Thanks to you lot always posting about how bad turkey, stuffing, ham and pudding are for us dogs, I didn't get to eat any yummy Christmas food this year.
Well, okay. So Ms Annette snuck me a bit of turkey and ham
After dinner, we sat down and looked at pictures of Ms Annette and Mr Terry and Uncle E's trips to the far far north and Arnhem land and heard stories about how they had to cross rivers so full of salties, you could have walked across on their backs.
BWAH haha! As if anyone would believe a story like that.
Pic from HERE.
Then, just when I thought I'd safely maneuvred past the Silly Things On Heads part of Christmas...
Apart from that, I had the best time! I hope your Chrissie dinner was as fun as mine!
Love, Georgia X