Wednesday, November 12, 2008

What we saw on the bike trail this morning

Finally Mom took us for a long walk in the woods this morning and we found all sorts of cool things. First, we found this sock Monster right in the middle of the trail. 
Then we found mittens over there, you can't see them, we are in front of them.
Marco was so so silly playing with the mittens. 
He was trying to kill them we think? 
Then we found these yellow balls, but we weren't impressed! 
Thor is practicing obedience, we are going to a dog show in Lincoln, Nebr this weekend.
Look at all of them. Mom says they keep ants out of the house? 
Then we saw a buck and a doe making baby deers. They ran away before Mom could get the camera out of her pocket!  
See the Goats!  We really sent mom flying because they started running away from us. 
And of course, we started chasing them, it was so so fun!  
DO YOU SEE WHERE THEY WENT?  Why is Mom yelling at us to quit dragging her? 
This is a cool hiding spot, we always check to see if anyone is home, Not Today.
Well, That's all for today. It's time for our Nap now!  Thor and Marco Polo 

15 comments:

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

Maybe Marco Polo thought the mittens were a squirrel?

I never knew there were so many treasures on the bike trail!

Kat

Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

Mom hasn't let me see the deer -

She made me go inside when they khame thru last summer AND when she sees them near the house, I'm not in the xterra with her!

Good finds on your walk - I bet the evil skhwirrels stole them from somebuddy!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra
PeeEssWoo: Good lukhk this weekend - be khareful, Nebraska is a khornhead kind of place (Haroooo!)

Princess Eva and Brice said...

Such an exciting walk. We get deer near our house too.

Princess Eva

P.S. Brice was born about an hour from Lincoln. I wonder if you'll see his first human mom at the show.

Biloxi and Siber-sibs said...

Woo Woo What an interesting walk woo had. I find lots of "nasty" stuff Maw says in da leaves when we do our walk around da property. All those smells sure are sumthin'.
We get deer but no goats or sheep.

Husky kisses,
Biloxi

Tracey and Huffle said...

Have your found any squirrels? Meeshka says we must be on high alert for those critters.

Huffle Mawson, Honorary Husky and Explorer Cat
Smooches to my MrSippi

Cyber-sibes said...

Wooos, woo guys found some furry cool things on your walk. mom thought the sock monster was a turtle till she put her glasses on & read the post, LOL!

Have fun this weekend!

Woos & a-rooos
Star & Jack a-roo

The Thundering Herd said...

Wow, what a great walk. All of those treasures. And what a brave Marco Polo protecting you from the deadly mittens.

Tracey and Huffle said...

MrSippi, Mama and Carolina, there's a present for you on my blog.

Huffle Mawson, Honorary Husky and Explorer Cat

Lorenza said...

You had a very interesting walkie!
Kisses and hugs
Lorenza

Thor said...

Thor, Marco Polo and 3 Katz
How many interesting things you found in your walkie. I would love to be there sniffing, playing and chasing goats with you!

Love,
Thor

The OP Pack said...

Goats - that's so cool. We have those silly noisy donkeys here. And deer too. One time when we were headed over the bridge woo saw on one of our walkie videos, a big buck came up out of the brush and was just about four feet from us. He was as startled as we were. Luckily he ran away quickly and Mom got us over the bridge quickly - we would rather have chased him.

Good luck in Lincoln.

Woos, the OP Pack

The Army of Four said...

You two sure saw really incredible things on your walk! I saw something funny I'm going to post about on Saturday. :)
Love,
Ammy
PS: Good luck this weekend!!!

Kapp pack said...

That looks like so much fun! How could you handle all that excitement in one walk???

Butt wiggles, Meadow

The Husky in the Window said...

You two have all the fun! I want to know about that sock monster. I bet that was really cool.
Husky Hugs, MayaMarie

Amici said...

Your Mom's arms must be hurting. You two saw so many exciting things on your walk.