Perfect for Napping

Saturdays are so great. A ride in the Jeep, a hike for everypup, lots of coat brushing (which explains the tumble-fur everywhere on the deck), and a cool cloudy day. Let’s just say everything was perfect for napping.

Watching inside

As the Queen prepares to nap among the tumble-fur, her Princess is keeping a watchful eye for movement inside the house.

Nothing will get by

Nothing will get by her.

Snoring

Though the Queen does sense the sound of snoring coming from behind her.

Naps to be had

But there are naps to be had.

Kiska

As Kiska has well figured out.

Zzzzzzzz

Zzzzzzzz

3 Comments

  1. Teddy Westlife on July 28, 2013 at 6:36 pm

    It rained a lot here last night, so I had to be imprisoned in the house. Then I woke up at 5am. Dad was excited. No time for naps when there is fun to be had!

  2. Kuruk on July 28, 2013 at 3:04 pm

    You are all so beauwoooowooooootiful! So happy to have found yooowooowooooo! I think I will nap now tooowoowoooo, Ku

  3. Dennis the Vizsla on July 28, 2013 at 2:37 pm

    hello thundering herd its dennis the vizsla dog hay sleeping amongst piles of fur??? sownds like trixie wood fit rite in!!! ok bye

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