Monday, June 04, 2007

Dog Day Afternoon

Attempting to blow the cobwebs from the old noggin yesterday afternoon, I went for a saunter to Pegwell Bay. Back in April I reported that dogging had become prevalent in the car park there according to one of our local papers, so it was no surprise to see the first of what is hoped to be an annual show in full swing.

One of the organisers told me it had proved quite popular despite a distinct lack of publicity, and that they'd had more than 100 entries. I wasn't surprised, however. Since my report last April, a significant proportion of those who scan my blog appear to have arrived via a Google search for 'dogging + Pegwell Bay', so word has definitely got around.

4 comments:

tony flaig bignews said...

Very true and just imagine, the disappointment every time!

Anonymous said...

Woof WooF

Anonymous said...

They're all barking mad.

Anonymous said...

According to Tuesday's south east news dogs are banned everywhere else from May to September so I think it is very kind of Pegwellians to invite them there.