You may remember Coconut from a previous time I stayed with him and his older brother Buddy. Unfortunately, Buddy has since passed and Coconut is left on his own with his human family. He seems to be doing pretty good and is hardly spoiled at all. 🙂 He is so cute, it would be hard… Continue reading Hanging out with Coconut
This post will end this adventure and is pretty much all photos. First the cats! And now the Dogs And then the cats again. First, checking out the ice cubes I put in the water dish and ending with some play fighting on the table. I had a fun 3 weeks with these 4 boys.
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I almost got lost leaving Kansas City. I thought I-29 went all the way, but it seems to end here and I am now on I-49 and still heading south. I only have about 7 more hours of driving and we will be in Texas. 🙂 Chester is still…
Macy belongs to a friend of mine, who was heading away for the city for a few days with some friends. I moved in to look after her new dog Macy while she was gone. Two days before they left, Macy had a problem with her anal glands and as a result, she was wearing… Continue reading Introducing Macy
Showers were in the forecast for all day yesterday and we had a big storm the night before, so I decided to stay in my own area to walk around. Of course, I brought my camera and hoped that the rain would hold off until after I returned home. My first sighting was a man… Continue reading A Walk in between Rain Showers
Last week, I spent a couple of days with my big buddy Toby, while his family was out of town. This guy keeps me moving! 🙂 I took a few pictures to share with everyone. Too many pictures to show full sized, but you can click on one and scroll through the larger sizes. He… Continue reading Toby Time
After leaving the Bison enclosure, we took a different road back, heading into Onanole so I could gas up my car, instead of taking the drive back through the park. The only gas stations open this time of year are either south of the park at Onanole or north of the park in Dauphin. The… Continue reading Spring at Riding Mountain National Park – Part 3