Sunday, March 29, 2009

No Snow Demo

Happy Sunday every pup, kitty & hammie!
A few weeks ago, some of our team and mom participated in a winter festival held at a local orchard. There was no snow...just mud...so they did not get to do any running. Mom brought our sled along so the humans could see a REAL dog sled. Only Angel and Lakota could go because the Siberian husky club was invited, so only Siberian huskies could go.
It was a long demo, but Angel and Lakota said they got LOTS of pets and attention.
The first picture is Angel in front and
Lakota behind her. There was a nice cold wind blowing across the field and pond. Next...here come the humans! Lakota was sucking up LOTS of attention.He even got tummy rubs! In the next picture, you can see our sled behind Lakota. They are waiting for the next "wave" of big & little people. Angel and Lakota made sure mom got a picture of Uncle Tom's dogs too. The picture is looking down the line. Starting in the front is Wolfe, Loki, Dante, Alex, then Angel and Lakota. Oh, Uncle Tom has one other dog, Nikki, but she was tired and was resting in her crate in the van.
In the last picture, mom caught Uncle Tom relaxing with Nikki and Loki. He and
mom think that is just the best way to
relax and honestly, we all agree! Nothing like relaxing with them and getting lots of attention! Haa roo! After all, keeping us happy is their #1 job, right?? Sure looks like Uncle Tom is doing his job.
Well, it has been raining here all day, so I think I am going to find Misty or mom and convince them to take a nap with me. Hope any of you who were in the severe weather yesterday are all safe!


Sleepy yawns,
Skye














3 comments:

The Thundering Herd said...

Beautiful Siberians.

Lacy said...

w00f's Very good job...me sorry u didnt have any snow...but i am sure the hoomans enjoyed meeting u all..

b safe,
~rocky~

Khyra And Khompany said...

BEAWOOTIFUL...snow or no snow!

Too bad woo didn't get to show them how grrrreat woo look with mud on woo!

We really are human magnets!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra