Again, that assistant of mine says she's been "crazy bizzy," but I don't think that's a very good excuse for ignoring my blog and even more important, ignoring yours - YOUR new posts. We are gonna try to catch up (again!) in the next couple of days! Actually, there has been a lot going on in my Peeps' lives, which we will tell you about soon... it's exciting! Meanwhile, it's finally warmed up out here and we've been doing a lot of swimming and also some visiting. First up are some pictures from a trip we made to Avalon's birthplace to see her Mom, Sporty, and her two brothers who got to continue living at home!
Look at these "three on a tree"!!! Avalon is left, Ronan in the middle and Thistle on the right. Love those black bellies! She was very happy to see her bros.! I couldn't believe there were "more" of Avalon!
Here's Avalon with her Ma, Sporty, looking very happy! We want to thank Ronan and Thistle's Dad, Don McKee for taking these great photos. Mom took a bunch of pictures too, but they were terrible! Avalon's brothers and Sport also live with K'Ehleyr and Lola - that's a houseful of Goldens, alright! We had a really cool time - thanks Don and Christine!
A few days after the BBQ that you read about in the last post, the Rangers at McInnis put on their annual party here to honor the doggehs who are always visiting this awesome place!
Here's Rob Ruiz handing a dawg to some doggeh's peep! The rangers really go all out, bringing three pools for us, snacks and food for doggies and humans, give an informative talk about canine plans for the park, and finally, they raffle off a lot of really good stuff! Everybuddy gets something! I brought home a bright blue leash with "Marin County Open Space" printed on it!
Scenes of doggies in and out of the big pool, our peeps and me taking a breather - I can't remember the name of that curly haired dude in the upper left corner, but he was a friendly pupper. Thank you McInnis Rangers!
And here we are outside of Sacramento, taking a needed break from a busy day with a dip in the American River. Ahhhhhhh how good it felt - it was about 100 degrees!