Midweek Stretch

Wednesday has arrived and Roscoe is ready for the midweek stretch. In fairness, he’s actually quite eager for it.

The midweek stretch is fun
The midweek stretch is fun

Sometimes, walking five miles a day isn’t quite enough to burn off all of a young canine’s energy and a burst of zoomies is required. Roscoe is celebrating the middle of the week with some serious zoom.

No skidding in this corner
No skidding in this corner

There’s just one problem with all of this speed—sometimes collisions happen. And in this rare case, the photographer was wise enough to get out of the way so someone else is about to be the victim.

Look out, Little Prince, here I come
Look out, Little Prince, here I come


  1. tammy j on June 3, 2020 at 10:25 am

    YIKES! beep beep! LOL!
    the happiness and love in this blog are contagious. thank you Hu Dad.
    it’s a little oasis of beauty in the world. xo

  2. HokiePack on June 3, 2020 at 8:06 am

    What great pictures! Roscoe getting ready to run Ty over ! The hydrangea are gorgeous

  3. Jean Burkhardt on June 3, 2020 at 8:00 am

    LOVE Roscoe’s ZOOMIES BUT hope Typhoon moved out of the way! LOOK OUT!

  4. Debbie & Ruby on June 3, 2020 at 7:47 am

    It is not always wise to stop and enjoy the flowers. Watch out Typhoon, here he comes.

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