First off I would like to thank everyone for the birthday wishes left on my last blog entry and to share a pawsome picture that Freckles and growly made just for me.
|Thank you so much Freckles and growly for thinking of me on my birthday||!|
I had a pawsome birthday and even got a birthday cake. No, I didn't get to eat it all in one piece, but mom gave me a piece every other day for several days! Yeah me! I also got a tasty deer rib on my birthday. Yummo!
After my birthday we went on a road trip to see grammy in her care home. I got to stay in a motel and had a pawsome time visiting with grammy. I charmed everyone at the care home and mom was told I would be an excellent therapy dog, BOL. Apparently they thought I was well behaved! Mom thinks they were talking about another dog and not me! I gave grammy lots of kisses and I got lots of belly rubs and compliments.
The weather has warmed up nicely here and most of the snow is now gone.
|The only snow remaining|
Mom and I came across this last bit of snow while out for a nice walk. All of the snow is gone from my yard and now I have lots of mud.
Have I ever mentioned how much I like mud? There is nothing better than digging in mud pups!
|Digging in mud!|
Now the best part about digging in mud is that I can dig out ground squirrels and burrowing pocket gophers. Several days ago, mom was out working in the flower beds and I was happily digging away. I lovingly carried the ground squirrel I had caught to her and gently placed the ground squirrel on her shoulder as she was working away. Did you pups hear a shriek a few days ago? That was her! Geez, after all my hard work, you would think she could at least be a little grateful with my gift!
Now there is a certain technique to use when digging for ground squirrels and I would like to share this short tutorial here. Please note that mom edited out the best part! Namely the part where I actually dragged the ground squirrel out of the hole, but I think you will at least get the idea of the technique you should use.
I hope the above video has been somewhat helpful for those that want to try unearthing a critter!
|Another close up of my digging technique!|
For those that are wondering, my river is indeed totally thawed now and the ferry started running late last week!
|My river. April 2015|
Spring means lots of treasures are turning up on the ground as the snow recedes, but my spoil sport mom has been taking these treasures away as I bring them to her attention. The other day we looked out the kitchen window and saw this:
|If only birds fed at the feeder!|
Of course, I had to chase that critter far, far away. Mom was thinking the birds were eating a lot of food, BOL!
Speaking of birds, there are lots of birds that just need to be chased.
Now I was happily digging a hole, so didn't see this fella on my yard or I would have chased him. Next time my friend.
|Beautiful spring sunset. April 2015|
This past weekend the peeps and I were invited out to my girlfriend's house and everyone had a lovely time. Thanks so much everyone for the house concert, the great food and wonderful friendship!
|My cute little girl friend!|
Now spring means I can do lots of running without sinking in deep snow ........
|Running like the wind!|
|Tick bottle 2015|
The ticks have only been back for about a week and already they are making my life miserable!
Well, pups, I hope I haven't bored anyone and I will try to get the typist to sit down more regularly and keep up with things. The only reason she isn't outside this morning or running errands is because she isn't feeling all that great. Clearly I have to make her sick on a regular basis so she will keep up my blog, BOL!
Thanks for stopping by pups! Until next time!
|Enjoying a pawsome spring day. April 2015|