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What a welcome

Post by patjoe » 22 Apr 2008, 22:27

Back from our hols today after 18 days away and what a welcome we got, Alfie was just so excited ,we have been licked all over, jumped on, it was so good to see him . He has been really good whilst at my daughters and the 3 grandchildren have spoilt him rotten but its lovely to have him back home.
Hol was brilliant, cruise through Panama Canal now will have to work on getting the 8lb off that I have put on. On the downside returned to airport and BA have managed to lose both of our cases somewhere betweem Los Angeles and Newcastle. Nightmare!
Next hol will be cottage in the Lakes were we can take Alfie and be in control of our own cases
Pat

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Post by Elmo-the-Bear » 22 Apr 2008, 22:29

Sounds like a great holiday and a great welcome :D

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Post by amber » 22 Apr 2008, 22:40

aw thats nice, welcome back :D

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Post by freyadog » 22 Apr 2008, 22:43

Bet you all had a fab holiday wish it was me.. :(
But the best thing is a lovely welcome when you get back and it sounds like you got this from Alfie.
Welcome home

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Post by Bid » 23 Apr 2008, 10:33

Glad you had a good hols - nice to have you back :lol:
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Post by AnnaCostaire » 23 Apr 2008, 12:39

So glad you enjoyed the holiday, I bet Alfie enjoyd his too. I can just imagine the welcome you got, if the welcome I get after 10 minutes away is anything to go by LOL!!

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Post by KatePotter » 23 Apr 2008, 17:32

Glad you're back Pat, we missed you at Chopwell woods. Don't forget the Northern Labradoodle day on Sunday. CHRIS
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Post by Osaeru » 25 Apr 2008, 23:37

Hi Pat & Joe,

Glad to hear you had a lovely time, your suitcase wasn't big enough for me to squeeze into, so I stayed behind :(

Just as well though by the sounds of it!

Are you coming to the Northern Labradoodle show on Sunday? Hope so.

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Post by labradoodlelover28 » 25 Apr 2008, 23:53

:) Glad You had a lovely time!

And a lovely welcome...hehe! :lol:

I bet the cruise was wonderful...just the downer of the suitcases ... :(


Good Luck finding them and Nice to have you back!


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