Fallon on the quad bike, Tippy usually rode behind the driver.
I reversed as fast as the bike would allow back up the lane to the pull in where the dog was still lying, it didn't move so I switched off the bike and dismounted on the opposite to the dog and circled round behind the bike all the time talking to the dog. As I moved in closer it suddenly jumped up and flew at the bike barking, Tippy stood her ground, the bike was her domain, raging cows had tried many times to dislodge her from that perch and failed so this dog was on a hiding to nothing before he even started and I think he knew it because he turned round and went back and laid down under the wooden rail again.
This is where Tommy was found. It's a made up picture as I didn't have one from the day but it's more or less as he was when I first saw him.
The lane heading back to the farm which can just be made out through the trees.
The scene as I returned, I sat on the rail just in front of him and had a little talk before offering food.
His defensive look and the look he gave me when I first tried to coax him with food.