Sunday, August 31, 2008

Miss May

This is Audrey May she is our only girl hound. She is very unhappy about the addition of the barn cats.

Holiday week part II

Wow what an awesome week. No rain ,yay.

Bobby came up from Ma. for three days.

Bob and Bobby put in the first of the hard scape a front walk.

Friday Bobby went home and Saturday Voe (Lisa's Mom) and Jess arrived, for a visit.

Saturday we hung out in the yard, what a blessing. Saturday night Marcia and Frank visited, a good excuse to use the dining room and pick some garden veggies,for lasagna. Sunday before Jess and Voe left we took Rocco (Jessica's Boston Terrier) to the foo foo dogie shops to play tourist. Rocco felt at home on the overstuffed presidential chairs,


Meet the original hound.Huckleberry was the first of our hound dogs. He is a Mommy's boy. 101.9 lb

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Holiday Week end

Summer is winding down here in Maine Labor Day week end/although from the perspective of a "transplant" it barely even got started. Tomorrow ends the third week in 3 months that we've had 4 consecutive days without rain of some kind, and it's only the second week since May that we've had seasonable heat.It was beautiful the week of the move , however we were too tiered to enjoy. Not that I'm complaining about the move, it's the endless rain that was hard on human and creatures alike. With fall just around the corner, we have some big plans to get underway before winter. First up: getting the generator up and running after all the rain we know we can not be without power. A walk to the door is a must , to slow down the dirt in the house and the dog kennels need a washable pad. We are still in the process of getting Nickel acclimated to his new paddock, he has gotten use to the wild turkeys but is still spooked by some of the neighbor noise , or trail riders from time to time. Nickels size some times makes it difficult to remember that he is only 3, a good reminder this week when he lost a front tooth.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Our New Home

You know your pets are "pampered" when you sell your home and move so the animals can have more space.