Adventures of Chessie a Chesapeake Bay retriever

School

September 11th 2009 6:08 pm
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We went to the Potomac Landing Park late today but we got there. The summer is over and the trees are rustling so lightly and talking to each other about the coming winter. I wonder if it will be cold. The leaves are getting ready to turn and then the whole forest will be alive with brilliant color with each tree showing off and trying to outshine all others. What a show they do put on. Quiteness of winter will come soon. I am going to get my nose bit one of these times when I stick it into a borrow but so far I have been lucky. I did stick my nose into a ground bees nest and got stung Thank goodness I didnt get stung badly. Boy did I run away but I still insist on sticking my nose into the ground when my sniffer tells me there is something going on. My mistress quickly gets me away now and we keep walking and dont tarry. So now we walk faster and I have to keep up and cant get into too much trouble. The river water is not so warm now and is better to swim in and the weather is turning colder now which is nice. The fish are jumping high out of the water and I went out after one but it came down and made a big splash and disappeared. My mistress is teaching reading at school a few days a week so I hope our visits wont stop. I had a good time listening to the trees today and the quietness of the woodlands and Im awaiting my next big adventure. Woof, woof with happiness

 
 

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Barked by: Shula (Dogster Member)

September 11th 2009 at 6:49 pm

Oh, my, Chessie - don't let your sniffer get you into troubles!!
Barked by: chessie (Dogster Member)

September 12th 2009 at 5:47 pm

Woof, Shula thanks for so much love. Have you ever gotten your snot bit by a bee? You looked sooo relaxed in your pic. Tell me how you are. Woof Love yah woof woof


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