Monday, November 22, 2010

Hi there. I'm Tucker. My Mom (I like to call her Bud) usually writes this blog. Her friends and family have been after her to add a new entry but she just keeps getting distracted by other things so I decided to take things into my own paws.

I've been told I am a very handsome dog and after seeing this picture, I have to agree.

We had our first snowfall of the season this week and Bud dressed up warm and took me for a walk to Three Mile Dam and the Pipeline. Its my favorite place because I can be leash free. When we came to a fork in the road I decided we should go left....There's a pond up this way you know. Being the good human that she is, Bud followed along without complaint.

There were a lot of interesting smells in the grass. Had to watch out for those burrs though. They are nasty when they get caught in my tail. Once I had 15 of them caught in the fur between my hind legs...Ouch. I had to sit very still while Bud combed them out.

We walked over the first little hill.

I wanted to keep going down the road but Bud said it was too slippery. I suggested she take off her boots and socks and used her toenails for traction like I do. She said thanks for the suggestions but she would prefer to use her Yak Traks and would remember them next time. Humans have to make everything so complicated!


A Scattering said...

Tucker, you've done such a great job! Bud is lucky to have such a smart, handsome and charming companion.

Marilyn said...

Tucker, it was so much fun to read your entry. A job well done. Be sure to take Bud for a walk every day as I hear she likes to outdoors a lot.

mary said...

Tucker, I agree with all the previous comments. It was wonderful to read your blog and to learn of the happy adventures of you and your Mom, Bud! You are one lucky duck.. I mean dog!!!
Keep on walking every day, it is best in body and spirit for you both. Take good care. Do hope to meet you soon. Mary Kearsey