Tag: Blackford Hill

Hiya! It is I, Bruce. Today there is SNOW. I like SNOW because when it arrives we get up early and go for fun walks in my favourite places. One of the many mysteries of taking a walk in the SNOW with humans is how very different their priorities are from mine. Kate, for example […]

An obligatory tree-hugging photograph whilst wearing an outrageously festive gnome-suit can only mean one thing . . . Yes! The Snawpaws pattern is now OUT! If you have a desire to sport hand-wear to match your heid . . . . . . and fancy adorning your wrists with cute wee pompoms (these ones are […]

Hiya! Remember me? My name is Bruce. Today I am telling you about a Good Walk. This Walk begins at the place called Blackford Hill. This place has lots of grass. If you are lucky, the humans will stop to admire the thing that they call View . . . . . . while you […]

Time for the third of the seven hills. Blackford sits to the South of Edinburgh and though the hill is not at all steep, the terrain is rough in places. On Calton or Castle Hill, one is definitely walking in the city – not so here. I thought I’d try using two walking poles today: […]