Dig, dig, dig…

When I’m on the beach, I sometimes feel a ‘tap-tap-tap’ of vibrations underneath my paws! It’s like a pitter-patter of morse code twitching the ground under all the washed up seaweed!  Some of my doggie friends on the beach, along with myself, believe it is a necessary and worthy doggie mission to discover the truth behind these noises and little movements!

Anyway, one morning, enough was enough.  I had to find out what was going on and who was responsible for making these sounds of the underground?!

Poodle girl Cleo, who shares my ‘mega’ interest in solving this mystery, joined me on my ‘dig’n’search’ quest.

Cleo makes a start on the beach area behind me.

Let Operation ‘dig, dig, dig’ commence…

Where are these noises coming from?

Just a little deeper…

Got to keep going..must be getting closer!  Keep going Cleo!

Uh-oh!

The noises have stopped!

I can’t hear anything!

Humpf! 

Cleo has come back informing me nothing happening and situation negative her side of the beach.  It seems to have gone all quiet my end too…huff!

Operation ‘dig, dig, dig’ postponed until next time!

To be continued…Over ‘n’ out!

About bigdogzola

Hello - I'm Zola! I'm a Rhodesian Ridgeback Girl with my own Dog Blog! For the first three years of my life, I lived on the French Riviera. Now I have moved and am enjoying the lush green forests and country life in England. Welcome to a big dog's life!
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5 Responses to Dig, dig, dig…

  1. rottrover says:

    I love these shots with Cleo in the shadow in the background. Stunning!!

  2. Joep says:

    And did she find a treasure?

  3. Homer says:

    Admit it Zola, you are digging to Brazil! ;)

    Love,
    Homer

  4. crabs! my guess!!! great pictures :)

  5. What great pictures!
    Kisses and Tail Wags,
    Dachshund Nola

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