MaPaw Siberian Husky Rescue

Monday, January 01, 2007

Adventure of the Unavailable

Hi puppies, it is me, Magnum. I have not written a blog in quite a while, what with the holiday rush and all. Yesterday my siblings and I got a special trip to Evansburg State Park.

Mama and Papa know how hard we work fostering the other Sibes. They also know that the foster dogs get a lot of attention when they have to visit the vet and go to meet and greets and work on training, so sometimes Mama and Papa set aside a special trip just for those of us who are unavailable for adoption so we do not get too stressed.

We decided not to go swimming, even though it is certainly warm enough here, but we did stick our paws in the water.

This is my dramatic pose. We wear bright bandanas so nobody mistakes us for coyotes, bears, or Rottweilers (oops, sorry Bailey, you better just stay close.)

I found some mossy ruins of a stone house. The staircase was still standing. Unfortunately some misguided humans put graffitti on it.


After we agreed to pose for some pictures we met a nice Yellow Lab and his family. They thought I was a Malamute, but Mama said, no he's just a very big Siberian Husky. In their defense, they probably were not close enough to see my crystal blue eyes.

I had a good time playing wolfy in the woods. Check out my wolfy shadow!

I had to stop playing wolfy because bridges are scary. Some of the bridges we crossed were missing boards. Those were extra scary.

Look at this lively green grass. Is it April? No! It is January! This grass should be brown and snow-covered. I tried to enjoy the hike anyway.

Happy New Year!

3 Comments:

Blogger Holly said...

Hey Magnum!

Happy New Year to you!

That looks like a very nice place to walk. Too bad you don't have any snow. Seems the snow gods are being very stingy with all of us snow dogs this year! We finally got our first one.

Hopefully we will all get more in the days and weeks to come. It's just not winter without snow. :-(

Holly

8:47:00 PM  
Blogger The Army of Four said...

Oh, MAGNUM! What wonderful pictures of the three of you! And how nice that you guys got a special outing with your bipeds!!! You look especially handsome with your bandana on; did you eat it after the walk? :) I used to be afraid of a trippy-trap bridge in our park, when I was a little girl. My daddy helped me with it. I don't think I'd like crossing one with BOARDS missing! You're VERY brave!!!
Love,
Amber

11:10:00 AM  
Blogger MaPaw said...

Holly, no snow in the forecast this week. Maybe you can send me some, or I can move to Colorado where they are getting plenty.
Ao4, I only eat food and cardboard tubes, so the bandana was safe. Ananya says she used to be afraid of bridges, but Bailey helped her get over it. I hope I can be that brave.

10:03:00 AM  

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