Taz of Todger Hill


Sunday 08 December, 2013 by Uncle Spike



Haha… I just found a scan of an old foto that I was looking for ages ago. It’s of “Todger Hill” no less…!

For those of you who may be thinking, for very correct reasons, that Uncle Spike has lost what little sanity he possessed, then let me explain. You see, I used to have a pet pooch who has a bit of a lad, a sort of 4-legged teenage stud, on steroids – or so he appeared at least to others, for he was a solid little old Staffie who went by the name of Taz.

A while back I ran a 4 part mini-series all about Taz, and a couple of the tales were about his dry grass ski slope antics, and that skiing spectacle took place on the little slope in our garden, known as Todger Hill.

If you’ve seen these posts first time round, my apologies. If not, sit back and whilst you sup your Sunday coffee, why not click on these links for a comic view of life from a doggy perspective – and to learn all about Todger Hill 🙂

My Doggie Friend – Part 1

My Doggie Friend – Part 2

My Doggie Friend – Part 3

My Doggie Friend – Part 4

4 thoughts on “Taz of Todger Hill

  1. LB says:

    Such a fun series about Taz! I love that he’d hear you coming 10 minutes before you showed up on the bike. Love the skiing down the “hill” story, too


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