Loads of time for snuffling in leaves, jumping up and down on walls to see over them, running madly round in circles, trekking up and down hills - I could hardly keep up wi' him.
|Hanging Tree, Andy Goldsworthy|
Up at the top of the hill was the "basket" - Nel thought it was like a prison, but Anthony liked it better. The view through the mesh was amazing
|Basket #7 Winter/Horbelt|
Nel loved the Anthony Gormley One & Other - he looked a bit sad an lonely up there if you ask me, just keeping watch out over the lake all the day, or waiting for someone, or something.
Anyway, off to chase some rabbits to shake it off - seemed like a good idea at the time 'til I got up close. Not like any rabbit I've ever seen. Didnt look like it was going to scarper off down a hole either. I gave it a good barking at, even so.
Right, theres loads more to tell you about the amazing Jaume Plensa stuff that we actually went to see, but I can hear the pitter patter of tiny needle sharp claws clad in deceptively soft grey fluff heading for my tartan blanket. A dog needs to get his priorities straight in times like this, and a toss up between contemporary scuplture or chasing the evil feline is a complete no brainer...