So mom decided to take a fall trip last weekend to a local attraction, the Kinzua railroad bridge. It was an engineering wonder and for years people would come from all over just to walk across it. Sadly in July of 2003 an F1 tornado tore through the valley and hit the bridge. A small part was left standing and you can still walk out and look down at the mangled pieces of metal that used to make up the massive structure. It is also a pet friendly place so your people can bring you with them! I choose to sit this trip out because crazy mom wanted to hike to the bottom!! It was a little beyond my comfort zone! Here are some pictures though because they are too cool not to share! it really is a lovely trip especially in the fall.
So I was busy this weekend helping with the last of the gardening…these humans need constant supervision.
Mom thinks I have a super cute hound silhouette. I tend to agree with her.
Just a little picture of Miss Lilly enjoying the fall weather. Also being annoyed that I’m taking her picture again.
This is how I deal with this rainy fall weather…bacon helps too. The only problem is that mom feels the need to take pictures and wake me up for cuddles…claims she can’t resist me. 🙄
So it’s September and still sticky hot and humid….where is my leisurely cool but not too cold napping weather?
So it’s that time of year again when the great Basset Hound hibernation rituals begin, normally when the temperature dips anywhere below 50!!
Both rituals are equally important and when well executed cements your spoiled rotten status.
Side note from mom: both rituals also increase normal basset stubbornness when getting up is necessary.
First on my ear, then on my paw
Mom took a picture, she said it was sweet
Plus I think she likes to tickle my feet!
She gently removed it to keep in a book
My little leaf that my mom took.
Side note: this is me & mom’s first try at a little rhyme. We hope you like it!! No leaves were harmed while making this blog. 🍂