Sunday, July 25, 2010

Bonnie Passed to the North

Well, Tropical Storm Bonnie passed well to the north of us. We got very little rain and not much wind at all. To our surprise we even visited Angel Paws Friday evening. Except for all the little green seeds on our fur, all is well.

Essex wearing green seeds of the weed.

Dog Speed,

Essex & Deacon

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Bonnie is Over the Sea

A vacation picture

We will be staying in Key West for Tropical Storm Bonnie. The current forecast has the center of the storm passing about 22 miles away with 45 knot winds at around 6 PM tomorrow. Guess that means no dog park, sigh.


The worst we should have to put up with is a Tropical Storm force winds and Dad has cleared the yard of loose objects. Dad has to go into work, so while we stay home guarding the house.

Dad has been singing the following:

Oh, Bonnie is over the ocean
Oh, Bonnie is over the sea
Oh, Bonnie is over the ocean
Oh, Bonnie be gentle to me

Be gentle
Be gentle
Oh, Bonnie be gentle to me, to me.

Yep, Dog Dad is silly, but we love him.

The Great Dane willing, we will post after the storm passes.

Dog Speed,

Essex & Deacon

Monday, July 12, 2010

Deacon 4th Barkday

Well cyber paw pals, Deacon is four years old today. It doesn't seem like it has been four years.

Deacon wearing a Barkday Hat

First Picture Dad saw of Deacon

Both of us got to eat some peanut butter and cheese ice cream, have some extra sharp cheddar cheese and some extra treats. Deacon got some big hugs from dog dad too. We need to get going, Dog Dad wants to give Deacon some more attention.

Dog Speed,

Deacon & Essex

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Trip Paw-to-graphs

It took us some time but here are our trip pictures. After leaving Key West, we went to Valdosta, Georgia and spent some time visiting with Lady I and Lady II. The next day we traveled to Cincinnati to spend time with Clyde. Clyde's bed was so comfy, Essex decided to claim it. BOL. After three days we drove up North to Elyria to visit Grand-Paw and Dad's two sisters. On the way we passed an Amish Buggy and barked like a foamy dog.
Essex, Lady I, Lady II and Deacon's butt.
Dad's nephew with the head of Anubis

Essex claimed Clyde's bed

Amish Buggy

We stayed with our Dad's sister, his boring nephews and Rosie the cat. His nephews played X-Box all day, even though the weather was nice outside. We have to visit our good pals Hatti and Cassi in Amherst, Ohio. That was a lot of fun and a poofing session.

Deacon looking for Rosie

Deacon through through the flowers

Hattie above and Cassie below

No it is not all from Essex. All four were poofed.

We had fun visiting Grand-Paw at the nursing home. Even Clyde came up with his family from Cincinnati to visit.


Clyde and his family visit Grand-Paw

We stopped on our way back to visit Lady I and Lady II in Valdosta, Georgia. They took us out to the city dog park and we had a pawsome time. We loved seeing them and had a good time.

Four Collies at the gate

Essex & Lady II

Deacon has a wet nose

Lady I resting by the ice bowl

Deacon and the Dog Mom of Lady I & II