Early excursions are the norm these days

Pooches, once again my manservant proposed an early breakfast excursion upon his return from his morning walk/run at his walk/run park.  Starlight and I were agreeable and we hopped in the Hybridmobile while my manservant packed breakfast.  The Hybridmobile glided north on my Trace just past my overlook before pulling off of the pavement and onto a grassy area under a couple of trees by the water.

Being hungry for breakfast we immediately hopped in the boot of the Hybridmobile.  It was then that my manservant revealed our breakfast fare:  porridge!  Of course Starlight and I howled at the thought of porridge for breakfast and we opted to stick with pooch treats (we carry a supply of them in the Hybridmobile just for such occasions).  We hungrily devoured our pooch treats while my manservant slowly munched on his porridge concoction of oats, yogurt, fruit, nuts, chia, and flax all drowned in milk!  To each his own, I suppose.

After breakfast we enjoyed walking along the shoreline.  Pooches, the smells are almost always terrific along any waterfront and today was no exception.  We had a bit of excitement when we came across a piece of artwork hanging on a tree.  We viewed it from several different angles and concluded it was a masterpiece in the works and left it undisturbed.

The morning passed quickly and we were soon at our picnic bench for lunch wondering if we were going to be forced to rely on pooch treats from now own.


Are you seriously going to eat this porridge and call it breakfast?

Starlight, if you look over the top of these taro plants you can see my overlook in the distance!

Sunshine, if we cross the road here we can walk down the trail to your arboretum.

Starlight, look! Someone left a work of art handing on this tree!

I guess we’d better get back to the Hybridmobile before it flies away.

You had porridge for breakfast and now salad for lunch? Thank goodness for pooch treats!

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