Thursday, March 22, 2007


I know that we already posted today but Dad got really excited tonight after he got home from work. It was about 50 degrees so he put the battery in his motorcycle and started it up and went for a short ride. Here in Minnesota the riding season is kinda short so when he gets it going its kind of a big deal. He was as excited as we get when we know that a treat is on its way. All we know is that motorcycle makes way too much noise! Here's a picture of Dad's bike at a campground near Sturgis, South Dakota. He's gone to the big bike rally there the last 3 years. He says its a really fun time with great roads to ride, but he's never taken us with him. What's with that? We'll forgive him cause he's such a good Daddy.

We like spring too cause we get out for longer walks and more dog park time. Plus we get all wet and muddy. And because we get all wet and muddy that means getting rubbed down with a towel when we come in from outside. What's better than getting soggy and dirty AND getting a good message because of it?!?! Plus we don't have to do anything we don't normally do. Humans are weird. They could skip the rub down so we could take all those great outside smells inside. But then again you have to weigh the short term great feeling of the rub down or the everlasting smell of the great outdoors indoors. We think that either way the pups win again!


Bella said...

yay for the warming weather for you = more outdoor time & walks & adventures - enjoy.

Tadpole said...

Well that's just not fair that your dad doesn't take you along. He should get a little side car for you guys!!

Peanut said...

I like the warm weather to but just warm not hot. When it's hot mom makes me stay inside and I don't like that. Does your mom do that?

Peanut said...

Oh yeah is it okay if I put a link to your blog on mine? Let me know.

The Army of Four said...

Hi roo guys! We're so glad you've entered the blog-osphere! You look like you'd be TONS of fun to play with. Is there any snow left in Minne-snow-ta? It's been in the 70s here. I'm thinking I should try to drive to Siberia.
Play bows,

hana said...

Hi Tasha and Eva,
My name is Hana and I saw your comment on Copper's web site, so I thought I'd come on over to say "Hello!" Even though I'm colorblind, I think you have a pretty blog, so colorful! Well, Happy Blogging and nice to meet you two.
~Hana the Dog
p.s. My human neighbor's daughters are Tasha and Eva... well, Natasha (dog) and Eva (human).

Billy said...

My mom wants to ride on of those things too! She took her safety course last year but has to still go for her license. I know this is one place I won't be allowed to go with her if she ever does get out on her own. I think those helmets would be too big for us anyway!! Tell your dad to be careful:)

Hugs from Billy Boo:)