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After a few days of S-RV travel and hikes along the beaches, we have made a return to our regular walks on the trails around our house.
“Get your goat” is one of those great phrases meaning to emotionally excite. Considering our camping neighbor this weekend, it’s perfect.
We came across a finish line for a human 5K race so decided to have our own exciting Herd Race which ended in a photo finish.
If you think Typhoon’s insistence on backward facing during hikes is strange, you have not seen the weird walking he can accomplish upside down.
Like everyone else, we can sometimes get bored with the routine afternoon walk, so Hu-Dad proposed a different hiking destination for this weekend.
This week, we have featured the eyes of each member of The Herd. Ready to see if you have paid attention well enough to pass our Herd eye test?
Our “eyes” week continues with the only traditional blue-eyed dog in The Herd, though Boom Boom Blue Eyes works hard not to be traditional.
While the rest of The Herd requires some coaxing to capture their eyes in photographs, all you need is to go for a walk to capture backward Typhoon eyes.
We realized, quite by accident, that we have a series of posts this week featuring our eyes. If so, how can we not mention Frankie Brown Eyes Suave?
As suppertime approaches, Miss Cheoah says close dinner bowl supervision is a critical skill to develop. And close means quite close.
Each dog in The Herd has his or her own way to resist the Hu-Dad, but our newest member just applies the Roscoe eyes to get his way.