Today I got to go and see
some of my and My Vickie's
friends up in the little town
of Heber Utah.
I have missed them so much
so it was great fun to go and spend the
day with them. I was able to
run free on the ranch the whole day
except when they went to see
the baby foals. Now I am not afraid of
horses at all, but they were afraid I might
make the babies nervous.
I didnt' mind. I spent the time
This baby is about three weeks
old and My Vickie fell in love.
I thought we were going to have
to bring her home with us.
A new baby is expected soon
and we are hoping to be up there
shortly after. The momma horse
was incredibly loving and sweet.
My Vickie really misses having horses
but we turned the pasture
into a play area for the pups that
come and stay with us so
horses are a thing of the past.
The family live at the base of
one of our favorite mountain ranges
That is Timpanogos in the back ground
boy wouldn't you love to wake up
to that view every morning.
Here I am getting to know momma horse.
She sniffs butts just like us dogs do
when we greet. IT made me a little bit
nervous though. I mean, look at her
if she decided to give me a love nip
she could break me in half.
My Vickie got bit in the butt once by a
horse. It wasn't a pretty sight.
WE got on a four wheeler
machine and road around the ranch.
Did you know, if My Vickie
should die, I get to come and live
here. Yep, I could be a ranch dog
how cool would that be.
(But that isn't going to happen)
Goose and I have been modeling
a new kind of vest that is going
to be a new sensation. It is made especially
for dogs to help with muscle and health
issues and a lot of other things.
I am not completely sure what
it all does, but My Vickie is going
to find more out about it
and let you all know.
So it has been a long couple
of days so I am off to sleep
Tomorrow I get to go visit my
friend Ryan who is in the
hospital. I'll let him know
how all of you are wishing him
well. Have a happy
and beautiful Sunday my friends