Off to the Races

Yesterday evening was beautiful and the humans ate dinner on the back deck.  We decided to provide some entertainment – so off to the races!

start of a chase

Typhoon has annoyed Cheoah just enough to start a chase.

Frankie joins

Typhoon uses the picnic table, but Frankie has joined the game.

has not seen Frankie

Typhoon thinks he has outfoxed Cheoah, but hasn’t seen Frankie cutting off his path.

Now he sees him

Oops. Now he sees him!

off to the next game

No worries – the brothers are off to their next game.

2 Comments

  1. Mom 'n Ice on September 3, 2014 at 1:05 pm

    There is nothing more “joyful” and entertaining than watching Sibes at play. I used to love when we took Ice ‘n Ayla over to the park and turned them loose inside the fenced ball diamond to let them just RUN! Ears back, and tail flagging, grinning from ear to ear. No way could you stay in a bad mood, watching that!

  2. holly on September 3, 2014 at 9:49 am

    I just love watching huskies play their games of tag,chase or hide and seek.

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