From feast to rubbish.

Pooches, my manservant has been in an odd mood this week.  For the third day in a row he declined to attend to his walk/run.  Instead, he lounged about in bed until mid-morning.  He kept saying he was going to spend the day in our library conducting academic responsibility preparations but never headed in that direction.  Late morning found the three of us on the Davenport watching cooking shows on the telly. Just prior to excursion time Cousin Maggie arrived to spend the night with our pack!  Hooray!

To celebrate Maggie’s visit my manservant headed to the kitchen and withdrew boeuf eye rib eye from the icebox and fired up the outdoor grill.  Woo hoo!  Pooches, in no time we were out at our picnic bench enjoying a feast of the boeuf and potato with black truffle butter!!  Double woo hoo!  That wasn’t the end of it.   Following our main course we relocated to the dining hall for a dessert of flourless fruit cake!!

With full bellies we pooches plopped down on the Davenport but my manservant immediately said it was time for an excursion.  We groaned.  A compromise was reached and the excursion was limited to a litter patrol through the poochhood. Being rubbish day we all agreed because the smells in the poochhood are always exceptional on rubbish days.

My manservant has finally retired in our library where he says he will be until it is time to prepare dinner.  Pooches, you can bet that Maggie, Starlight, and SUNSHINE will be asleep.

Sunshine

Let the feast begin!!

Let the feast begin!!

Maggie awaits her first bite.

Maggie awaits her first bite.

Here's looking at you kid.

Here’s looking at you kid.

Is this a progressive dinner?

Is this like a progressive dinner?

We're heading out on litter patrol through the poochhood.

We’re heading out on litter patrol through the poochhood.

There is no doubt that rubbish days have the best available smells!

There is no doubt that rubbish days have the best available smells!

 

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