Red loves his hill, in our new routine – I’ve cut back on his running – he does an outrun or two around the sheep, and then sits at the top of his hill. He is very content to stay there and watch over the flock, he would sit there for weeks if I let him. When the new dog comes – that could be many months away – Red will stay on his command post, keep an eye on things. He is already setting into his new routine, less work, more watching. It fits him now, as we move to the next chapter – more focused therapy work.