Thursday, September 30, 2010

Trotting Thursday


The sky looked beautiful all week and we had lovely little clouds dotting the sky in pretty patterns.

On our morning walks it's been a little chilly so some times we had to break out the sweaters/t-shirts. Bobo thought the pavement was too cold to walk on so rode with grandma for a while.

OOH Look at Uncle Puppy! He went and explored the empty corn filed and got muddy.

I love to stop and smell the flowers. I like these they were a pretty shade of lilac!

Then we came to the Donkey's. The funerest (another Mollieism) part of our walkies. They are so used to us coming by that they now come a runnin when we get close. This is the first time one has stuck her head out to sniff us.

Uppy wanted to get close but was scared. See his back legs pushing him forward a little bit at a time?!?!?

Awww touching noses!


As we looked up the hill we saw two new horses.

They must have been well socialized cause when we called them they came a runnin! We don't know what their names are so we gave them nicknames. The black horse is Midnight and the Brown horse is Brownie.

Look at all that hay. They must be staying here through the winter.

They came right up to me and sniffed my head and I sniffed back.

Brownie tried to talk Bobo into coming up for a sniffin!

Bobo hopped on grandma's scooter and said "NO NO They ain't sniffin my head!". Silly Boy

Brownie's response....Horse Raspberries to Bobo!

Midnight thought all this was too funny! Two country poodles riding on scooters.

Then we came to the Huskhuahua's house. Oh boy he was louder than ever althought we think he is just jelly that we get to go on walkies and rides with momma and grandma!

After we turned onto a small side street called Jarvis Ln. we hopped off the scooters, got a drink, and went on exploring. You will never believe what I found. A frying pan!

We also found some pretty blackberries.

As we headed back towards home can you guess who was waiting for us? Yep its Huskahuahua! He sits at the end of his drive way just waiting for us to return.

When we were almost home we got to see the Rosin Horses. Lately it seems when we are out on our walks they are in the back field so we haven't seen them much.

They even were a bit jealous of who got sniffs and pets first. BOL Silly horse there is enough heads to sniff and pets from momma to go around.

Upon arriving home we always check the mail and we got a special treat in the box today. Our official AKC CGC dog tags arrived. One the front side they feature the AKC CGC logo and on the reverse they have our names and phone number. Now when we are out and about everyone will know we are extra special doggies. Can't wait for our next walk to show our friends!

Wags and Licks,
Mollie Jo ~CGC~


  1. WOW~!!! This was one of the funnest adventures we've been on with you! The donkeys are cute and the new horses made mom LOL REALLY loud! Horse Razzbrries...A HA HA HA! And YAY that your tags arrived!!!

  2. What a fun walk!!! we can't believe that Uncle Puppy put his head through that fence. Our donkey furiends seem like they want to meet us too, but our Mom gets too scared to let us get that close.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

  3. This was cool!~ Loved going on walkies with you since we are flooded out here. The photo with the donkey was priceless! LOL :D

  4. What great pikhs from a pawesome trot!

    We love when the khlouds on khwilted khottonie ones like that!


  5. Awesome pictures. I think I would be too scared to get so close to those big horseys. You are very brave. I like Grandmas scooter thingy, that look like fun.

    licks and sniffs, Sasha

  6. What a fun day! Oh Bobo, I wouldn't want those horsies sniffing me either!

    Cuddles and licks,
    Love Miley xxx

  7. Funerest! I love that word!
    sure you had a great trotting thursday!
    Donkeys, horses, barking dogs... I liked it!
    Kisses and hugs

  8. Teehee! Uncle Puppy reminds me of a certain sibling of mine! I love those pictures of you with those big dogs, ah, horses! It's pretty cool how horses are always interested in us doggies, huh? It looks like you three had a fantastic day! And congratulations (again) on being Good Citizens. I don't think Abby and I will EVER be Good Citizens! ;-)

    *kissey face*
    -Fiona and Abby the Hippobottomus

  9. What a fun-filled post this was, guys! How lucky you are to hang out with donkeys and horsies and then to come home and find that you've received your awesome tags! Congratulations again!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

  10. Now we can be twins, guys! We both have the same tags and holders!! Pretty cool to let everyone know you have your CGC, huh? You take the most wonderful walkies, so many different furiends!

    Brutus & Carmen
    pee ess - we're doing a giveaway, make sure you come over to check it out!

  11. Wow what a great walk that was! It is so cool that the donkeys are so used to you now that they are so excited to see you!

    And oh, those new tags are beautiful - and they are extra special because they show you are both Good Canine Citizens!!

  12. Brownie seems to be kind of a trash talkin horse. And Uncle Puppy, well, can't take him anywhere.


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