- Brian and I, ride for one last time.
Some may know I’ve moved to Australia which is for me a great move however it did mean leaving family and friends behind.
Before I left Brian and I went for a spin/run together around Beacon Fell, you the one last time thing. Well I’ve had the footage for almost a year and I thought it was time to make the video which proved to be harder than I imagined.
He now lives with the In-laws who have a cottage in the countryside. Brian’s days consist of walks, sleeping, patrolling his massive garden and chasing rabbits. He still has a wood burner to sleep in front of so don’t feel to bad for the little guy.
I hope you enjoy the video as much as I do and I’m sure I’ll make another with him in the future
ScottPosted 6 years ago
Cheers for the comments guys,
It was and at times still is hard knowing that I’ve left him behind. Any dog I meet now is given lots of attention! more than I should especially when I’m at work.
Brian certainly is a loveable rogue, like scrappy doo who he has also been referred to!Posted 6 years ago
Woody water proof key board indeed, the wife cried instantly when she watched it. However it’s got dusty at my place all of a sudden! reading the comments and actually thinking about it at length does make you well up a little. Thanks again for the comments.
Tony good to hear from you, I hope that you’re well? I didn’t really know how to word the title but felt that those in the know would remember Brian.
When I visit the UK I’ll be sure to head down to a dig day. How are the new tracks coming along?Posted 6 years agotony_mMember
All well here, thanks Scott.
And we’re still digging our little hearts out, though we’ve still not managed to incorporate those steps you wanted anywhere yet! Latest new section (Swoopy) was officially opened just before Christmas, and seems to be proving popular. Lots of pics and comments here…Posted 6 years ago
Again thanks for the comments everyone.
I was just locking up and saw the keys and I remembered I had his name tag on them, actually made me smile as It reminded me of the little noise it made on his collar when he does his best Gromit trot/walk!
Chipps if the want to add it to the list on Wednesday please feel free 😉Posted 6 years agostumpyjonSubscriber
Dig days at Gisburn haven’t been quite the same without him suddenly appearing in the hole you’re digging. Good to hear from you, bet it’s a tad warmer where you are now, it was sunny digging yesterday right up to the point it started to snow.
Got more new trails and a brand new carpark opening in the spring, be worth a trip back just for those, they need Brian testing at the very least 😉Posted 6 years ago
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