Monday, March 28, 2011

A Welsh Yard

A Welsh Yard by definition is a unit of length equal to 40 inches (approximately 1 metre), used in Wales. A second definition known to Cardigan owners, is that a Welsh Yard is the distance from the tip of a Cardigan's nose to the tip of his tail.

I offer a third definition, as the distance kept between littermate brothers for the purpose of preventing a tussle during a photoshoot. Here is my pictorial definition:


On the left is Jimmy's littermate, the very handsome Bobby. Wilson, Jimmy and I got together with Bobby and Claire (who has yet to join all of us in blogland....hint, hint!) for a bit of R and R in the country. I'll be posting more photos later on when I've had a chance to wade through what I took.

9 comments:

  1. Two very handsome boys! I bet they had a good time!

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  2. I'm peaceful just looking at that photo. :) Bobby is a very handsome boy (as is Jimmy). Where did you get Jimmy?

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  3. Aww, he is very cute. Can't wait to see more photos!

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  4. Bobby and Jimmy are "Fine Creek" boys. Their breeder is located in the Richmond area...Powhatan.

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  5. We tried to get a pup from Fine Creek, but she wasn't having any (and she told us she already had a long waiting list). Wouldn't have JF and Dewi, though.

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  6. I believe Jimmy/Bobby's litter was the last time she had a litter, so about 4 years ago. I bet her waiting list IS long!

    And things always work out anyway, look at the beautiful boys you have!

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  7. They are so handsome! Look forward to more pictures!

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  8. Happy, happy guys with smiles!

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  9. I didn't know they were Fine Creek boys! We tried to get a pup from Anne back when we ended up with Rufus...that was 11 years ago...that must be a looooong list! ;-)

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