If BOAB can show men's bums on bikes, why can't I show dog's bums on tracks?
This is quite a pleasant walk to the beach which is still about a kilometre away.
There were plenty of cuttlefish bones on the beach. Here Susie is having a good look at one whereas Lenny was a bit apprehensive, maybe he thought it was going to bite!
The Director of Military Prosecutions on Monday applied formally to withdraw the last of the charges against a regular army officer.
The Judge Advocate ordered a charge of failing to comply with a general order and in the alternative, prejudicial conduct, be dropped.
Manslaughter charges against two commando reserve soldiers, a sergeant and a lance corporal, were withdrawn at a pre-trial hearing in May.
Defence said all legal processes relating to charges over the incident had now been concluded.
The charges stemmed from a raid conducted by members of the Special Operations Task Group (SOTG) in Afghanistan on February 12, 2009.
SOTG soldiers came under fire as they conducted a compound clearance operation, responding with gunfire and hand grenades. Six civilians, including five children, were killed as a result of the operation.