Another 15 great Wolves to tell you about. (Me refers to roving reporter my sister Star @MissStarhound)
After leaving 21. Wolf McWolf it was over the bridge and down to the Chubb locks building. In there is a lovely cinema and cafe and they kindly let me into the foyer to grap a photo with 22. Sacred Grandfathers
It was then up the hill to Lichfield street to 23. Beanstalk that was in the foyer of the theatre. The glass reflected the Wolf but a great photo of me !
Hoomans had wanted to take me on the tram to Wolverhampton but sadly I'm not an assistance dog so dogs aren't allowed ! Boo ! But as you can see from this happy little fellow you can get there by bus 🚌
Continuing up the road to the gardens by the memorial cenotaph by St Peters Collegiate church for the correctly name 24. Fallen . Around the wolf were names of those sadly killed in WWI
The gardens are also next to the art gallery (free entry) but again hoomans had to take it in turn to see all the wolves as no dogs allowed in the gallery. There are also loads of small wolves in there.
The two big wolves on the above photo are 01. Wild (top right) and 02. Colour. (Left wolf). As you can see Hoodad also managed to find a selfie frame. He also looked at some of the other exhibits in the gallery a puppet exhibit and a dinosaur exhibit.
They also have a paying exhibit well worth seeing.
On leaving the gallery it was right to the top of road and left to the top of Queen Square where we found 28. Beowulf where they had water fountains. Rolo would love trying to drink these dry but I wasn't so keen to get my paws wet never alone drink the fountains.
Down the road and right towards the civic centre on the plaza was 27. Zeus
Then just at the end of the building it becomes the register office where I found 03. Love. Apparently at the register office hoomans declare their love where my hooparents did this had shut down. Fortunately their love is still going strong.
Not only was it a great pink colour but it smelt good. By now the numbers of people wearing black and gold had multiplied more and more kick off time was approaching so we followed them down to the Molinuex football ground. Those not in the know or my readers further afield home of Wolverhampton Wanders FC.
Yep found myself in the middle of busy football ground. I got some friendly patting and one bloke even offered to make a donation thinking I was on meet and greet and wondered where the collection tin was.
Eventually we found the wolf in the Wolves Museum foyer.
The reflection was terrible but one of the lovely security guys let me in for a quick photo.
Hoodad went to look into the megastore and was amazed at how many shirts there were. On leaving he looked at the security guard on the door with a clicker. He uses one for walks 72 being a good walk. She had clicked 2245 and loads of fans were still going in – wow !!
We left the ground and back under the underpass of the road and then released we had missed 04. Hunter outside the university.
We went back up the hill to the Arena Theatre again I waited outside whilst hoomans got a photo of 25. Fenrir (an Anglo Saxon wolf) that even has its own leaflet to explain what each of the symbols mean.
Then we realised we had missed one outside the main entrance of the civic centre 26. Wolf Ver-Hampton
We then headed to the mander centre where I chilled with mom
Whilst Hoodad went into the centre to get 29. Mander
When Hoomom went into the centre she also found the WolvesinWolves merchandise store on the first floor next to new look. Then we found 30. Claude that's is in a mystery location which we found out where it was from their twitter account – @Wolvesinwolvo
1 final stroll to find the last wolf 06. The Sitting in the WV Active central
Then across the car park and back to where our car was – the facts
First wolf photographed at 11.02
Last wolf photographed at 15.52
Total all 30 wolves found
Time spent 4 hours 50
This all equals – 1 tired hound.
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