After a short drive we arrived at Barton Marina at Barton Under Needwood where there were lots of greyhounds and their families gathering in the car park.
I felt very cool in my bandana.
I barked at this girl (who was wearing my coat)- well it's a bit embarrassing when you go somewhere new and someone's wearing the same thing. AND she was a lot younger than me.
By the time this picture was taken - we weren't speaking at all, as you can see. She was also showing off how well she can sit. Huh!
But I soon forgot about that as we all lined up for a picture before we started the walk.
It was a bit chaotic at first.
But then we managed to get ourselves organised. We all said "RABBITS!" as the photo was taken.
The walk had been organised by some of our friends from the RGT Midlands and we had a great time walking round the lakes. Here's some more pictures of our walk which were all taken by the BOTH.
Here's another dog wearing a bandana. But it was a different colour from mine so I didn't bark this time.
A couple of greyhounds were wearing these harnesses. The Lady Of The House says we might get one for me. Anyone else got one? She's worried about me hurting my neck when I see a cat on our walks and I get over excited and pirouette about, and thinks this might be safer and more comfortable for me.
Are you a greyhound? Never mind. You are still welcome.
The final stretch
It was a lovely walk and I was very tired when we got home.
Hope you had a great weekend too.