01 September 2012
Puppy Art Critic ~ Pet Blogger Hop
I took my hoomans out for an educational trip the last weekend, but I don't think they paid much attention to my critique, they just kept chatting and pointing at things then walking on.
We went to the Sculpture Park in Churt, Surrey. Every time we go, there are new things to see. The weather was warm, but as we were in the woods it made the day just right.
There were lots of secluded ponds, and I was disappointed that my hoomans wouldn't let me go for a quick swim. As you an see the water was very inviting.
I rather liked this one, nice to see the dog being worshiped by the hooman, if I could just teach mummy to bow down to me, life would be just a little more perfect than it already is BOL.
When I was mooching about under this Ox or maybe it's a Bull, I bumped my head on his unmentionable bit, but he didn't seem to mind as he didn't kick out at me **relieved sigh** so no harm was done.
This dog was huge, and looked a bit like The Hound of the Baskervilles to me, but when I went up to say hello he totally ignored me, so I wasn't in any danger.
When walking through a very dense wooded area, we stumbled across this, not sure what it was, but to me it looked like a huge dog had been along here, and nobody had cleared up after it **muffled giggles behind paws**
Oh WOW check out the size of this football and tennis ball, I totally lost control and had to try to pick it up, imagine my disappointment to find out it was concrete and wouldn't move! I still want one for my garden though...
These frogs were great, so I decided to have a bit of fun and do some posing, sadly she who points the camera took it from the wrong side, luckily my rear end is as cute as my front end...
Then suddenly we were in the shade of this giant spider, I'm normally a pretty brave pup, but this was easily the size of a house! I felt a very nervous around it, what if it ate small dogs? It was obviously guarding the concrete sofas, which looked so real mummy thought they had been dumped there BOL.
The Sculpture Park is massive, and this poor bloke obviously works very hard to keep it looking nice. I hung around for a while to see if he would let me have a bone, but no luck there sadly.
Don't forget you can check out other fantastic Pet related blogs in the hop below.
This light hearted review is written as I imagine Badger Boo see's the world, which is not always the same as people.
The Sculpture Park is an amazing day out with some fantastic sights and serious artists. I recommend you use the guide, and follow the trails as marked to get the best viewing experience.