I Spy With My Own Furry Eyes

Sibe Quentin is at the back of the house while Hu-Dad’s study is at the front of the house. That means we can spy different things.

Whoa! Would you look at that!

Whoa! Would you look at that!

The back of the house is fairly secluded from humans, so we canines usually watch only various wildlife. We can watch the ski area during the winter, but it is closed and quiet this time of year.

The front of the house is mostly the same. We live at the end of a gravel road, so we rarely get any cars (and those are just lost people trying to figure out how to turn around. We howl just to watch their faces. It’s amusing).

But that gravel road turns into a horse trail, so we do get horseback riders from time to time. We find the horses – aka, really big dogs – fascinating. Just check out Landon watching a group of horses and people saunter past.

I spy some really big dogs.

I spy some really big dogs.

3 Comments

  1. KJ Pierson on June 3, 2018 at 11:52 am

    “I think they’d like to pet us”

  2. Juno's mom on June 3, 2018 at 11:46 am

    Love the big dogs. Juno finds them fascinating.

  3. Lori on June 3, 2018 at 7:38 am

    Some really big dogs with some really heavy feet!!

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