Thursday, February 24, 2011

It's A Dog's Life

With Hubbs being on vacation and home this week,
we are trying to build more playtime into each day.

Yesterday afternoon the sun beckoned us.
We decided to treat the big dogs to a walk in the woods.
To them there is nothing more fun than that!

Maddie and Sadie (the girls) stay by our sides.
Oakley and Sam go off on adventures....
nose to the ground, unbridled enthusiasm.

Part of yesterday's walk involved playing ball in the snow.

I took a lot of pictures, 
so I thought you might like to see a slideshow of our walk.
Just as we were coming back out of the woods,
Jenn showed up with Tyler in tow...on his sled...
to finish our walk with us.

Come along with us...
on our trek through the Hundred Acre Wood......

13 comments:

  1. I loved this post!! The music was lovely. I usually mute the music on blogs, but this went along so nicely with the scenery. What a happy day you had.

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  2. Bev, I love your slide show. Adorable photos. Love the dogs and the grandson photos. Have a super day, Dawn

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  3. What a great video..looks like everyone is enjoying themselves!! Love the music...you have to tell me how to do that because I often have a lot of disjointed pictures that I can't find an excuse to post...

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  4. Thank you for the walk this morning, I needed my exercise! I just love your doggie pictures and of course little Tyler is soooo cute! Guess what? We have snow this morning, our first for the winter, yeah!

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  5. Love it!!!! Great music, great scenery and some of my favorite people............what more could one ask for!!!!! Enjoy the rest of the week.

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  6. Thank You so much for sharing the woods with us I had commented on seeing more of your property and there it is!! Thanks Again!! And Bev ever think about adding some Alpacas to the farm??

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  7. Looks like you had a great day enjoying the critters and nature...

    Thanks for sharing!!

    Blessings
    Tonya

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  8. I was always under the impression that Alpacas were quite pricey....???

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  9. I was searching the web for info on them because a co-worker stated that the government offers help with starting an Alpaca herd, and they are also a tax writeoff and can be insured!! And also are a profitable investment!!

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  10. Great post. I love the slide show, the pictures, and the music.

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  11. Beautiful......you have an awesome farm!

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  12. Beautiful, you have some great looking dogs, and inspirational music!

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