Visitors on the Porch

Hike

After our hike on Sunday with our visitors from Charleston, SC, we settled into the backyard. Here, Kodi has snagged a great vantage point while Qannik checks in on our guests.

Nia

Nia, meanwhile, has found that the stones are nice and cool for a good nap.

Kodi

Kodi settled onto the deck where he could keep a close eye on all of the humans.

Nia

And Nia found the steps the perfect place to do a classic Siberian sit.

4 Comments

  1. Elyse and Riley on November 14, 2012 at 3:55 pm

    Looks like you all had a wonderful time together!! 🙂

  2. Ice 'n Ayla on November 14, 2012 at 12:43 pm

    That is so cool, when you can invite friends over, and make them feel quite at home. Me ‘n Ice like to have friends come to visit, too. We PREFER other Sibes, but we like to have our “hu-Auntie Megan” come to stay and bring Emma, her Jack Russell with her. For a small dog, she’s okay, too. As for the “Classic Siberian sit”, that’s the way I sit on the stairs off our deck all the time, too, and so does Ice.

  3. Kat n collies on November 14, 2012 at 9:01 am

    Seems like they fit right in with your pack! The collies are like that too, any visiting collie is welcome! 🙂

  4. houndstooth on November 14, 2012 at 8:35 am

    They’re a beautiful pair! I’m betting they loved it at your house!

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