Sunday, August 23, 2009

Pappy by the Sea


Pappy by the Sea
Originally uploaded by Nat D.
We are up in Deer Isle, Maine, and Pappy is enjoying the interlude by the sea. Good times.

12 comments:

Jude said...

I remember this road trip from last year. So nice to see a post on Pappy's adventures.

Gus said...

good to see you. Hope all is well

gussie n teka

Sunny,Scooter,Jamie said...

We miss you Pappy. Good to see you having fun. Y'all still moving to Texas someday??
Hugs
Sunny&Scooter
the texas sundogs

Life With Dogs said...

What a great place to get away to!

Buster the Wired Fox Terror said...

Heya! We were just playing the DWB X-Mmas vid again and wanted to sstop bby and reminisce.

Bussie Kissies
Buster

Alan said...

This is a great blog. This is the first time I have met pappy. He's very cute. I hope you keep blogging.
It would be great to read about his other adventures. The video in Maine was cute.

Maggie and Mitch said...

Happy gotcha day, Pappy!
We hope you have a very special day with lots of treats and hugs!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

giantspeckledchihuahua said...

Deer Isle, Maine! One of my favorite places! I posted the christmas video you did back in 2006 and just wanted to say thins! It's awesome. Hope all is well and your having a very merry holiday season!

word verification: loadead Nope, it's been years, but I remember those days fondly!

L7 said...

We hope you have a very special day with lots of treats and hugs!

Doggy Dish said...

Thank you so much for sharing such a beautiful and inspirational story! I am a proud puppy owner and reading blogs like these really make me appreciate my puppy even more. Good day, and good dog!

Ang said...

Do you still have your Christmas video of all the dogs singing? I was reminded of it last night but it doesn't seem to be on the site anymore. :(. From nov 2007 or 2006

Roger Jordan said...

It always seem that when a dog around grass they always have to roll around in it. I had a dog that would put his face down on the grass then walk rubbing his face in the grass.