Standing alone with all the sites to see. We walked and walked all day. There were a ton of geese to see. I was interested but there were a lot of them so kept my distance. They were bigger than me. I really liked the Korean War Memorial. A lot of people stopped to say hi to me. Wonder if they see my blog.
The whole pack together for a wonderful picture. A really nice lady offered to take a picture of us. She called me spoiled, what ever that is. There were so many people to see I didn't know what to do with my self. We took quite a few breaks, sitting on benches in the shade drinking water.
Here is me and mom on top of the WWII memorial. I think this memorial was my dads favorite. We wanted to go to the White House to visit George, but we ran out of time it was also hot out so we did not want to over do it. I had a lot to talk to him about, but we can try next time. I was really suprised that there were not more dogs. I have to say they were really dog friendly. Lots of signs that said; no food, no bicycles, etc, but none said no dogs.
Monday, September 24, 2007
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Barley(Greterre Mersey Beat) is my brother, he contacted me via chat on my blog. I'm really happy to hear from him since we grew up together. He is doing well in Vancouver, lounging by the pool and chasing the bears away. Miss you, brother!
Thursday, September 6, 2007
This is one of my favorite spots in the house. When daddy is hogging the computer, some of us have blogs to work on, I go here. I like to bark at all the people and dogs outside. Sometimes I see a squirrel or a cat too, then I get really crazy. There are other windows I can get to, but for some reason, this is my favorite.