Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Getaway and a Meetup

Much to blog, but only a little time this evening. So, for now, just a few pics from our recent travels.

One: Free-Range The Boy. We think he liked this particular B&B, where he got to pretend to be a ranch dog for a couple of days. (And we are glad the hen survived. That's a tale for another day.)


Two: Meetup of the blogging dogs. Amie and The Boy actually saw each other on neutral territory at the B&B ranch on Saturday, then on Sunday we all spent the afternoon and evening with Amie, Zorra and The Scientist at their house, which is where this photo was taken.


Three:
Requisite RevGal meetup shot preserving Zorra's anonymity.


Four: Rach, I saw this one on the way out of the cemetery and took it especially for you. (Also, Vicar, we found a geocache nearby.)

12 comments:

Songbird said...

What fun!

zorra said...

Great pictures and a delightful weekend. We're looking forward to our next meetup!

The Vicar of Hogsmeade said...

That shout out surprised me and made me laugh :)

ElastiGirl said...

Zorra looks beautiful as always - as do you!! What a fun trip!!

Mary Beth said...

How awesome! Great story and pictures.

SpookyRach said...

Sooo cool!

I need to take a long weekend and go cemetery hunting soon. I'm running short of material!

Annie and Boy are way photogenic. I'm loving the ranch dog photo.

Gracebythesea said...

awww. Too sweet!

John said...

I would love to have a blogging meetup someday with The Boy, Sunny, and Hyzenthlay.

seethroughfaith said...

our dogs are geodogs too :)

LutheranChik said...

Cool!

At the risk of offending some people...we often take our dogs, while we're traveling, to cemeteries to run off their pent-up energy. They love it. And, interestingly, they never seem to go potty in the cemetery...they'll run around and have fun, then do their business in a nearby field or woods. We figure the cemetery residents either don't care, or enjoy the company.

Deb said...

This is really fun! I enjoyed the story, and yes, you MUST tell us about the hen. :)

deb

Diane said...

I wish Scout and the Boy could meet and have a play date!