Campbelltown

Campbelltown

Today we are going on a bus ride! First we have to walk into the village to get to the bus stop. The rain had stopped but I had my Jacket on, just in cases. The bus came, mum and dad put their muzzles on and we went to the very back of the bus. I had a great spot, I could see out of the front windscreen.
poppy the westie on bus to campbelltown
When we got off we were in Campbelltown. In Campbelltown everybody knows everybody. After a plod around the town we bumped into the peoplsee we met at Southend. She saw me and called “Poppy”. Mum and dad had a chat with them, they were going to Tarbert next. Mum were going to Tarbert for dinner aren’t we? The town pretty much done, down to the front for a game of ball. Campbelltown has a small park next to the ferry but it’s great for ball.
poppy the westie at the front in campbelltown
Dad thought we could use a short cut to get back to town. Some short we had to come back the same way! At least I got to sniff the Campbell Rocks. Never mind, more time to play ball.
poppy the westie in campbelltown with Daavar Island
We decided to walk around the bay. As we were walking I saw a seagull that had caught a huge fishy! At the end of the bay there is a small beach, more time to play ball
poppysocks on north shore in campbelltown
Mum said we should head back to the bus stop and maybe go into Tesco for supplies so back into town we went.
poppysocks in campbelltown
On the way back we tripped over a Whisky Distillery.
glen scotia distilery campbelltown
Time to catch the bus we are going out for dinner tonight.
poppy the westie going back to Machrihanish
Back at camp the weather had changed and the sun had come out. My job was to guard the van. Dad saw somebody from his work packing.
poppy the westie with betsy at Machrihanish
Dinner was at the Old Club House, I got some fishes from mum and dad. It was dry on the walk back to Betsy this made dad happy because he didn’t have to dry my paws, it made me happy because dad didn’t dry my paws.
poppysocks in betsy at Machrihanish

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