Sunday, November 27, 2011

i'm a work'n dog~ fun video of me

hello everyone, last week was a busy week for me. lots of walkies, bunnie hunts, and...of course busy bringing in the groceries. M's computer "bit-the-dust" and i wasn't able to get on and let everyone know i wished them a happy thanksgiving...even my overseas friends. you don't know what your miss'n with all the turkey-cooking smells all day long~ woof, and got lots of treats too. M and S did get a chance...after months of me ask'n... to film a moment of the most important job i have... bring'n in the groceries. here is a short video, and with M's new computer...there will be more to come- hope you enjoy. 

Sunday, November 13, 2011

lookie what fizz's mummy did

woke up this morn'n to some sunshine....woof~ not sure what M & S have planned; really hope it involves me-  but the best part..... lookie what Fizz's mummy did for me!!!! she got this new program and has been making paintings from photographs...isn't it great? M printed it and put it on her desk.

Fizz, tell your mummy- thank you!
don't forget to visit Fizz's blog-it's fun too.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

is rain spelled..... b - o - r - i -n - g

it's been rain'n allllllldaaaaayyyyyy-
M, i think i just died of boredom?

Friday, November 4, 2011

geo-doggin day- yea!

the Geo-bag- things we need
hello my buds everywhere... friday i woke to a stormy morn'n. knew the rain was going to make it a boring day, even though M and S took me for a short jaunt on cottontail rd- got to get those durn grass eat'n rabbits.

then i spotted the "geodog" bag... i kept a low profile, couldn't believe it possible, i know M promised....but it was pour'n boys and girls outside. i kept my paws crossed as M did some morn'n chores, we went to the grocery store...i have to carry in all the bags when we get home. then, when i least expected it i saw the "bag" in one of M's hands and my collar in the other....i dashed outside and looked up into a cloudy but dry sky....woof! woof! woof! there is a berner god!

off we headed to deer creek canyon, there were some new caches there we heard about and one that M and i have been trying to find for a long while. i felt lucky today...the rain stopped and i am off Geo-doggin. it was cool and beautiful, everything damp, not many smells, but clean and crisp.

can you see me in the bushes?
we headed to the elusive cache first and after a long while--i finally spotted it and waited until M saw it too. it was a fun and very clever hide- we peeked into the treasure box, left behind a paw print and tree of life charm that is our token.

sometimes it takes M so long to find the treasure that i get bored and have to chew on the geostick M uses to poke around in the bushes.

just as we found the second geocache we felt the drops begin. the sky was getting dark, so we both decided to head home, two finds were better than none.

by the time we got home we were soaked. after M dried me off we got to play one of my favorite games ...

where's jesse.....

there's jesse...... we found him

          i love days like this...

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

hike'n, bunnies, and bees

whew! Halloween is done and gone and didn't have to guard the door either... all the neighborhood kiddies went to a special place to celebrate~ this made S especially happy too. (S is not much into kids bang'n on his door)

 last weekend we headed off to hike in Santiago Oaks. i had been there once last summer and it was way too hot for me then, but sunday it was great. i even found a wonderful pool to swim in...well, at least until my feet couldn't touch any more...headed back into shallower waters. M laughed and said "there goes your glow in the dark and tiffany's great bath."  M calls my white fur the "glow in the dark" because that is how she sees me when we walk in the dawning light of the mornings.

the best part of the hike was of course the BUNNIES...and there were bunches and bunches, i counted eight before i even got out of the car and quickly lost count on the trail. 

we also found a wonderful beehive hidden in the crevice of some boulders-- at the first glance we thought it was a snake skin hang'n down, holy ratt'lr, we've been down that route before, but with some careful inspection we saw it was a beehive. M and i love bees and watch for them when hiking, we are worried about colony collapse disorder and get excited when we see them in the wild.

next adventure... M promises that we are go'n geo-doggin this week....
woof-woof i love hunt'n for those caches.