.....and this is for Buster in NYC! ò
Mittwoch, 18. November 2009
Mum had lots to do today and it was veeeeery stormy and wet. We drove around a lot and mum did her job. Inbetween we stopped at the dog park in the forest. Here you see me running around, hoping for some friends to appear, but none approached in this awful weather. We got all soaked from the heavy rain and the storm raging over us, but I could sniff around and run a little, so this was fun, too! We have been there yesterday as well and although it was also a gloomy day I met 4 friends. One had an accident, while chasing me she was slipping on the wet leaves and crashed into a trunk. She screamed and it was obviously very painful, but only for a moment.....otherwise we had a good run and it was a good day for me! On our way back home we saw this late calf being born. It was all wet and bloody standing right up in the gray, harsh weather. But it was sturdy and healthy and its mum was caring good for it! Tailwags and Licks from me...
Montag, 16. November 2009
I think this is funny: we have a village not far away called BARK! What do you think of this? In fact many dogs live here, I found out....We have some more cities around that have funny names, such as Quickborn or Wrist!
Freitag, 13. November 2009
Recently mum was only caring fo her blog and neglected mine.....puh! But I can't type on her small laptop so I have to be patient untill she has time for me...! Did I ever tell you that when I was exactly 1 year old in May 08 and we were living still in Norway, that I had a very special meeting?! Right across the street was a beautiful path up the mountain. We often used it, so this lovely morning in May, too. I was strolling thru the bushes, smelling all this beautiful game around when I suddenly stopped. Just few Meters off the way was a large moose cow resting in the sun. She was huge! I had never seen one so close, I approached to her and we were finally nose to nose. She was very selfconfident and slowly stood up; obviously I had interrupted her beauty sleep and I was slowly going on her nervs as I was very curious to sniff more around her. Mum observed us and was happy that the moose was still without calf, otherwise this could have been very dangerous! Mum had no camera with this morning, so no pix of this encounter...sigh! Just a pic of a moose in winter to give you an idea! We had many moose around our home in Norway. Here in Germany they are all gone. Just a very, very few come over from the East now that the borders are gone, same with wolves...a young male was run over on the motorway last year.
Hope you enjoy my little story - have a lovely weekend! •~♥~•
Dienstag, 10. November 2009
Mum and I go out every day, even when it is very dark, windy and wet all day. Sometimes I meet friends, sometimes not. Above you see me with this pretty girl. I don't know her name, but I sometimes meet her with her 2-legged brother. She is a very good girl, always friendly and happy. Though she dislikes it when I am too wild.
This is not a too often sight, mum told me. I don't know what this was, that we met today. This pink thing ignored us and moved slowly. I sometimes smell something similar in the woods (Wild Boars). Mum said this is a piggy! Usually they are inside, some hold sterile untill they meet the butcher...mum said also, that they are very clever and handsome, but many of them lead an awful life. Not this one, this is a happy pink pig! Y
Donnerstag, 5. November 2009
It's been some time since my last post! Mum was busy and my paws are too big to write myself! We've been out in the deep forests the past few days. Two days ago we met Merlin and Katinka, two Pyrenees I like a lot. They are bigger then me, but they are gentle giants. They both have very sturdy and nice mums; we walked together for some time. I tried to tease Merlin to run with me, but he is not fast. Above you can see the two going home while we proceeded with our walk....
today weather was so bad that we didn't expect to meet somebuddies at all. Mum was without camera because of the heavy rain. Deep in the forest we met a man with two even bigger dogs: two Irish Wolfhounds. I was thrilled; they were twice my size, at least the black one. The young gray one , also a Merlin, wanted to run with me. That was fun! When we came home Susie passed by our door and we had a little game, so I had a good day...despite of all the grayness.... Y