Rock Pool Adventures with Doc and Little T

‘C’mon Doc!  It’s time for another adventure!

Woof!  Woof!  Woof!

Yay!  What kind of adventure?!

We are going to explore rock pools!

Doc wasn’t so sure what little T meant, but it sounded exciting.

When they arrived at the beach, Doc as always, came sniffing around.

Woof, woof, woof, woof?!

Are you exploring rock-pools now?

Don’t be silly, says T.  I’m just digging with my spade.

Doc left her to dig while he happily made paw prints on the sand.

Woof, woof, woof!

Hey, where are you going?!

My dada and I are going to explore rock-pools!  

Would you like to join us Doc?


But Doc was busy with something he found on the beach.

Oh, c’mon Doc!  Says little T.

Let go, that’s rubbish!


Fine, says Doc and lets go of his find.

Now this is what a rock-pool is, explains little T with the help of her Dad, they stirred the water to see if there was any fish or crabs in it.

From where he was watching, Doc wasn’t so sure he understood what was going-on.

But decided to do his own exploring anyway.

After awhile, little T and Doc got bored with the rock pools and decided to do their most favourite thing in the world – run around like loonies.

Wee!  Says little T.


Wee! Says little Doc.

This is fun, Doc!

But when little T turned around, Doc was gone.

He had found some doggie friends to run around with.

It was a lovely day, especially when you end it with a mug of hot coco sprinkled with fudge on top.

This post is linked-up with Coombe Mill’s Country Kids.


    • Yes and T really “takes care” of him. She likes to feed him, take him out for walks with either her Dad or me. And she also tells him that she loves him 🙂

  1. Actually Mummy

    Aw, girl and dog is a great photo opportunity. And I want that hot chocolate!

    • Yes and it’s always fun to document their time together, especially since they are growing up so fast. Doc is now 4 months old 🙂

  2. Coombemill - Fiona

    What a great friendship and one where they will grow up together and have lots of lovely fun and adventures. Having a dog is a great incentive for getting out no matter the weather. Thanks for linking up and sharing your fab photos with Country Kids.

    • You’re right, having a dog is a good incentive to go out no matter the weather. Thank goodness we were lucky it wasn’t raining that day 😉

  3. krissottoh

    I love this photo story – I’m saying story as I could see Doc and Little T in a book together!

  4. thereadingresidence

    Oh, that drink! Want one! Looks like another wonderful adventure for your gorgeous duo 🙂

  5. what lovely photos, you look like you all had a great time. But that photo of the hot chocolate at the end is just cruel, I’m trying to diet and now all I want is one of them!

    • Oh no, sorry about that! Didn’t mean to ruin your diet 🙂 Well done though… I’ve been thinking about going on a diet too… But I haven’t done anything but think about it! Hahaha.

  6. Rock pooling is one of my favorite adventures when at the beach. We spend hours looking for creatures and shells. Your hot cocoa looks amazing.

    • It’s also my husband’s favourite. When we visit any beach, he gets really excited when he sees rock-pools – like a little boy 🙂

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