We stayed in a little self catering apartment with sea views called The Noust This was also a Bed and Breakfast and was the local post office and the local pub which did excellent food. Sadly the pub was not dog friendly but the bed and breakfast and the apartment were.
Here is Roscoe settling in to his holiday home
Orkney truly is a magical place and the next couple of photos have no Roscoe in them, but they are typical of the amazing history of these magnificent Islands which are rich in culture. We had many walks around the standing stones and other neolithic sites of interest and we spent Midsummer's night at the Ring of Brodgar celebrating the setting sun as our ancestors may well have done 5000 years ago
Orkney itself proved to be very dog friendly and although many places to eat did allow dogs in the places which didn't had seating outside, thankfully we were blessed with good weather most of the time and there was a distinct lack of midges (The Scottish Mosquito!) Here is Roscoe enjoying his lunch at The Reel in Kirkwall.
We went to see lots of the sites and had many walks along the beautiful beaches Here is Roscoe leaving The Tomb of The Eagles I think he may have been chased out by some of the old souls inside!!
And finally here are a selection of Roscoe having fabulous fun on various walks and at the beaches. Orkney is a fabulous place for a holiday and I think Roscoe will agree. I hope those of you following the blog can see the change in Roscoe, His coat is glossy, he has put on weight and he has a definite Staffy smile
Playing frisbee at Skail Bay
Wildflower run to me at Yesnaby stacks
Beautiful clear water and white sandy beaches
Enjoying Orkney Ice cream at Gurness Broch
He just loves his toys - having fun on the beach
This was back on mainland Scotland on the walk between John 'O Groats and Duncansby Bay
One of my favorite photos - Do you think he is happy!!