Sunday, November 26, 2006

Park Play

Dogwood and I went to the Hanover Dog Park early this morning to meet up with friends. Emma & Goldie - two Scottish Deerhounds - and Rajah & Cody - two Afghan Hounds.


Blogger Mary said...

Fun pictures -- looks like it was a little foggy this morning. (I wouldn't know - I was asleep!)

12:23 PM  
Blogger Lisa W. said...

Looks like so much morning fun! You are waaay too energetic for a Sunday morning. I could almost feel the cool misty air on my face and hear the dogs panting from your pics. Lulu thinks Dogwood is really cute..for a "little" guy.

2:34 PM  
Blogger CatBookMom said...

Looks like the big boys had a great time, really stretching their legs. I know, from my Denver friend's experience as a non-model, that the wolfhounds need vigorous exercise to keep fit. Owen never got his full growth of chest or strength, since his person didn't take the time to let him run properly.

3:05 PM  
Anonymous benne said...

Pure joy being with friends, I see lots of doggie smiles. :-}

8:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Boy...they look like their having a BLAST!

1:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What wonderful, happy pictures!

1:08 AM  
Blogger junior_goddess said...

Deer Mus,

wen my mom gott her hug box, i stuk mi noz insid. u gies need a batf.


10:42 AM  
Blogger jayne said...

Happy dogs having happy doggy fun!

I like those thicker socks -- I like to knit bulky socks on 5mm, and worsted on 4mm and DK on 3.25. I haven't gone finer than that....yet. Despite that fact that I have a stock of sock yarn in lighter weights. I can't help but think of the sweaters I could be making. :) I'll get there though.

I'm also having quite the orange spell these days. I love orange yarns, and there are so many good ones. I've gotta make me a pair of those mitts one of these days.

7:03 PM  
Blogger Vamanta said...

Oh, I love watching doggies at play! All that energy can be marshalled in a heartbeat when the chance to play arises. We could all learn a lesson.

11:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks like a misty scottish morning

I also found this and thought of dog and wool lovers everywhere

enjoy the festive season from all hounds in Scotland

10:32 AM  

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