Saturday, July 25, 2009

Part 2 of "Emerald is a Diamond"

Hello again (time for Part 2). I apologise for messing up, but 'sumthin' happened to my photos. I thought they were particularly important to include because I feature, with everyone adoring me!!

Our new friends also like me very much, they say, and I am really a very gracious host, inasmuch as I don't pee on their chairs.

Notice the stables in the background (that's my dad I'm standing with - I have to be careful to share myself around) - do you know that sometimes big trucks come in and unload all these horses and put them into the stables for the night and then the next morning they load them onto the trucks again and disappear. I'm glad I'm not a horse.

That's all for now.......we will be in Emerald until early in I'm not sure how many new things I'll be showing you, but photos of me are always fascinating, I know. Hadehaha! Love from Colin Harries xx


  1. Colin mate, tell Uncle John he looks very smart in his new uniform. Well you've certainly made Emarald home for the time being. We knew it wouldn't take you long to make friends hehe.

    Noah Willow Tess Lucy

  2. So much for your dad being retired!
    What a neat set-up your caravan has, Colin! We love the screened in room! It all looks pretty darn comfy to us and pretty darn fun!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

  3. I agwee Colin
    Looking at photos of you is pawfect!!!
    I'm suwe evewyone wsas soopew happy they could meet you!
    I know I would be.
    Poow howsies, don't they have a pawmenent home to live in?
    I'm suwe glad you get to twavel wif youw Dad
    smoochie kisses

  4. Glad to see you looking so happy - at least you have a place to call home for a few weeks. Hope John is enjoying the job still.....

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