Pooches, this morning when my manservant returned from his walk/run at his walk/run park, I pulled him aside, away from our guests Fred and Buttons, and chastised him for not undertaking proper excursions this week. He tried to explain it away by telling me we only had two seat belts for pooches and we would be in violation of the law if there were two unbuckled souls in the Hybridmobile. After rolling my eyes at him, I patiently told him the solution to our dilemma was obvious: take two of us on an excursion at a time! After a slight pause he said he guessed that would work as cheers were heard coming from the kitchen where Fred, Buttons and Starlight were eavesdropping on our conversation.
Plans were made and, after consulting the Hybridmobile to make sure it was game for our double-excursion plan, Fred and I drew the long straws so the first excursion belonged to us. After Fred and I were properly ‘buckled in’ the Hybridmobile purred down the lane. Fred said he really wanted to see my school park and immediately the Hybridmobile set its GPS for “school park” and we headed in that direction.
It was still rather early in the morning when we reached my school park and the geese were few in number. I proudly gave Fred the grand tour of my park and we had quite the time sniffing the many smells that had been left overnight and letting Fred see the sights.
My manservant eventually said it was time for excursion number two and that we must return to our den. When we arrived, Starlight and Buttons were impatiently awaiting our return and immediately lined up to change places with us. As evidenced by the photos on the camera when they eventually returned after their turn at an excursion, I saw that the had wisely visited my overlook park and that Starlight had made sure to show Buttons my leaning tree. It’s good to see that it is still there. No doubt they had fun as I always do at my overlook.
Pooches, I think it is going to be a quiet afternoon around our den because my manservant is sound asleep on the Davenport.