LOWDOWN Summer 2013

Winnie’s Wheelbarrow
HOME TO ALL THE ‘ODDS & SODS’ IT’S OFFALLY GOOD!


I am including the above photographs taken at this year’s London Fashion Week, not only to show you the dress-code expected of members on Branch walks - because, quite honestly, standards are badly slipping - with some walkers looking like they’ve slept overnight in the hedgerow - but to ask, does the character on the left look familiar to you?

Is it? Can it be? Not only content dabbling with webpages and, of course, the occasional personal appearances at Christmas, now it seems he’s into modelling haute couture.

Unbelievable! The man is everywhere!


In a previous issue of Lowdown we included an article about the close bond formed between a Great Dane called Bronte and Elgar, a very handsome young Basset Hound.

Their owner, Peter Robertson (above) regularly updates their many adventures in his blog found at: http://www.dogelgar.blogspot.co.uk/ It’s a fun read with lovely photos of the duo - please check it out.

I am including the above photographs taken at this year’s London Fashion Week, not only to show you the dress-code expected of members on Branch walks - because, quite honestly, standards are badly slipping - with some walkers looking like they’ve slept overnight in the hedgerow - but to ask, does the character on the left look familiar to you?

Is it? Can it be? Not only content dabbling with webpages and, of course, the occasional personal appearances at Christmas, now it seems he’s into modelling haute couture.

Unbelievable! The man is everywhere!


In a previous issue of Lowdown we included an article about the close bond formed between a Great Dane called Bronte and Elgar, a very handsome young Basset Hound.

Their owner, Peter Robertson (above) regularly updates their many adventures in his blog found at: http://www.dogelgar.blogspot.co.uk/ It’s a fun read with lovely photos of the duo - please check it out.

Cover of the Basset Hound Owners Club newsletter Lowdown
Winnie’s Wheelbarrow ☞

first published in LOWDOWN

editor Tony Roberts