What an exciting few days I've had.
We went away in the motorhome and I got to sleep on the bed with Mummy and Daddy every night. Even though they put my bed on the floor beside them, they let me stay.
We stopped at a campsite in a place called Stratford-upon-Avon, which was right beside the river, and had a big dog walking field.
Arik, you'd have loved it, there were so many things to sniff. It was a big campsite, full of people, and most of them had dogs, so you can imagine how many weemails I had to check out!
Guess what we did one day? We went on a small boat. It was a river taxi, which took us into the town centre. It was only small, just seven people can sit in it, but I was a really good girl. Mummy was a bit worried about me getting on because it bobs about as you step in it, but I just walked on and laid down beside Mummy. It was such a nice trip, I went to sleep!
Getting off though, my back leg slipped down between the boat and the jetty, but I was okay.
Mummy says I'm good at this travelling lark, whatever we go on I take it all in my stride.
We had a nice walk around the town centre and lots of people spoke to me, especially foreign tourists.
When Mummy was waiting for Daddy to bring out some coffees, a Japanese family stopped to see me. I don't think they'd ever seen a greyhound before, and the girl asked if I could talk. Mummy was naughty and said yes. The girl was amazed and thought I was magic or something. Her dad asked if they could touch me, and they took photos. Then the girl said to Mummy, 'So she can talk?' Mummy laughed and said no.
The Japanese man found it very funny that Mummy had teased his daughter, and laughed his head off. It was such fun.
Mummy took photos of me and Daddy standing outside a house that a man called Shakespeare used to live in. I don't know who he was, but his house was very old, and he was someone quite important I think.
On the boat back, there was a couple whose dog Candy has her own Facebook page, so Mummy told them about our blog.
We stayed at another campsite after that, in an orchard, and Daddy parked by a lovely big apple tree. But it was too hot, so we came home the next day.
I hope we go away again. Mummy says we will, but not until it's cooler because she doesn't like the heat and it's bad for me.
I hope you're keeping nice and cool, Arik.
Love and licks, Cherry xxx