Saturday 19 November 2011

Saturday Steps Glansevern Hall Gardens

I'm looking back with this post, we visited here on the 19th August, that was way before I ended up with a sister!!

This was the photo I put up for Saturday Steps and told you I would show you soon, well better late than never.

Its all photo's

Thanks for joining me on a walk around the gardens, don't forget you can join me on my Brithday by sending in a photo of yourself, you don't have to be on steps mom will make sure you are on the photo with me, for full details please visit my last post, and don't waste your vote on where you would like me to go on my Birthday weekend.

Have a good Week
See Yea George xxx


Rubie and Poots (her Mum) said...

Hi Bro - I'm devastated because mum had avocado on her toast this morning so I didn't get to have any :-(

Anywho - great gardens - your dad dad looks relaxed and you got to have foodables at the end! Hope they shared a bit of that eggy pie!

Can't wait for your B'day!!

Tail Wuggles, your sis Rubie

Rose H (UK) said...

What a lovely place to visit George, and all those wonderful steps :o)
I like the picture of you and Dad, looks like it was a nice relaxing day all round. Do you think you could go back and get the hares for my garden please? ;o)
Lots of love
xx xx

How Sam Sees It said...

We'd love to go exploring there!


meowmeowmans said...

Oh gosh, George, those sure are lovely pictures! Thanks for sharing your steps with us. :)

Cranberry Morning said...

Lovely gardens and bridges, George. But mostly, I just can't get enough of YOU!! :-) I think Bridger's getting jealous.

The Thuglets said...

Wowie....that looks like a day of incredible fun George. Love the photo with the hares!

Have a great weekend.
Big Nose Pokes
The Thugletsx

p.s. Any sign of Yorkie Pud??

Andi's English Attic said...

Some great pics. Those first steps look a bit dodgy (I don't like open steps).

Love you with the dancing hares, and how well I know the look in those eyes when there's food around! xx

Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

Another beautiful and interesting place, George.

XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra, Bella & Roxy

verobirdie said...

What a lovely place. i would enjoy a walk there very much.

Duke said...

What a beautiful spot, George! We love the picture of you dancing with the bunnies!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

Taryn said...

I never, ever get tired of looking at your wonderful photographs and the beautiful English scenery! I love your blog!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

GEORGIE DARLIN'......I LOVE these photos. I absolutely love the one with you and DAD. He looks so content, and you are looking UP at him, with such fondness for your dad. Soooooooo sweet. AND THEN I SO LOVE the one with you WRESTLING with those GIANT HARES!!!!!!!! Who won? I am willing to bet that YOU DID!!!

Dearest ones, I had parent conferences at school on Thursday night that put me WAY behind my emails...I will get you a pic of BALZAC so he can join you in on the photo fun!


Scooter said...

Hey George!
Wow, what an amazing set of pix! That place must be wonderful to visit. I absolutely love that pix of you with the bunny statues! Great zoomies. I can't wait for your big barkday post!!
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, COP

Leigh said...

What a lovely place for a walk and brilliant photos. Great one of you dancing with hares George :-)) Looking forward to your birthday too - love from Magic xx

Wyatt said...

You can take us walking there ANY time! That is our kind of place. Look at those giant rabbits, we will have nightmares about that..BOL
We see you got a good run in and a really nice lunch too!! BOW WOW!

Wyatt and Stanzie

Angels Amber and Max DaWeenie and Mom said...

What a b-u-t-ful place to visit, George. Wish they had places like that around here me could visit. Butt it seems everyting has a "DOGS NOT ALLOWED" sign in front of it....POOH!


STELLA and RORY from Down Under said...

Hi George, wow we are just so jealous of the beautiful places you get to visit. They are gorgeous. Love the photo of you and the hares. No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

houndstooth said...

What a gorgeous place to visit! We needed to see some beautiful green grass and leaves today. It's a very grey November day here.


Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Hi George
So happy to see you are doing well. Sorry I am so late with my visit.. You and dad look so relaxed, well, except the photo of you and the GIANT hares! What a hoot!!
My best to mom and dad...

Sally Ann and Andy said...

You look good. Did you get any food? That was a good begging face. I hope you did.
Sally Ann
P.S. Happy Happy Barkday if today is the day.

Unknown said...

You live in a very beautiful place, George! The garden is so lovely, and those steps are really interesting, the stone steps look a bit challenging to me though.

It doesn't look like it's autumn now! So green!!!

Pat said...

Fab photos, George.
Love to see you out and about, everywhere! xx

Ryker said...

Just beautiful! So many wonderful and different steps!
Thank You!

Sage said...

I LOVE those dancing hares-were you able to cut in and dance with them? What a gorgeous place to visit--you were having a great time exploring!

I just sent you a picture for your blog on our joint 2-year birthday. Wish I could be there to climb some steps with you, but you know I'll be there in spirit.

Your pal, Sage

Anonymous said...

George, what a beautiful walk you have taken us on. You get to go to the nicest places. I hope you have a good week.

Bocci said...

Gosh, those are gorgeous photos- what a fabulous walk you took us all on! That photo with you and the rabbits is priceless!

We're submitting our pic now!

Roo said...

Fantastic captures of the beauty in that garden! Wow! Luv luv luv all the wood bridges :) George the one with you trying to break up the two sparring jack rabbits was just smashing :D

Waggin at ya,

sprinkles said...

I love that bridge!

J_on_tour said...

Nice scenes and great photos, the best one has to be with the rabbits (or hares ... whatever they are ! ). George the mediator.