Monday, April 13, 2009

Daddy! Can we help?

Saturday morning Dad was doing a little tree trimming and when he wasn't using any cutting tools, we were allowed to come out and check on his progress.

Ah! The smell of freshly cut wood

Eva inspecting Dad's work

Brice LOVES to jump! He jumps over anything he can find.


Hey Eva! I found some sticks our size!

Eva thinks she found the perfect stick

I'll chew on it over here

Brice likes to chew on things under the pine tree

Did you notice the lack of grass in Dad's work area? He was trimming trees to try to get a little more sun in that area.

Tomorrow we show you what we did in the afternoon.

Woof ya later!
Princess Eva & Brice

11 comments:

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Wow!

It looks like woo had LOTS of fun!

I love to jump too!

I've not really developed a taste fur stikhks.....yet!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra
PeeEssWoo: My mom said she knew your momma would have made me pose on the rokhk BUT she's just one hooman and I am one Siberian!

The Thundering Herd said...

Funny, we have lots of sunshine and still do not have any grass. We keep digging and digging to find some, but no luck. Wonder why?

The Army of Four said...

Did you get paid for all your hard work!? Tummy rubs and cookies, perhaps?
I love Brice's jumpy shot! And Eva, you look like you are a VERY good inspector!
Love,
Ammy

The 'splorin' Wolfies said...

Great job supervising guys!

Stella said...

Why not put Brice in an agility class and let him jump over everything they have.

It seems like maybe he needs
some serious jumping!

Kisses,
Stella

Pamela, Kira and Scampi said...

Hmm, jumping, I don't do that unless someone gives me a cookie. I have not tried sticks yet, are they good Princess?
-Kira The beaWootiful

Tracey and Huffle said...

I don't know what your dad would do without you.

Huffle Mawson

Lorenza said...

Sure you had a good supervision there!
Looks like a hard work!
Kisses and hugs
Lorenza

Ransom said...

Your dad is lucky he has you two to help him!!!

Princess Eva, don't you think maybe I could pass for a chihuahua if I thought really small?!

I wrote a month or so back in the comments to one of my own posts that I actually really am a fat, little, brown chihuahua!

No one ever called me on that at the time. When I said it, it was a tongue and cheek jab at my Spokeswoman because she has a well documented phobia of fat, brown, little chihuahuas! She is fearless in the face of an aggressive rottweiler or an attack trained shepherd, but the mere sight of a spoiled little, fat, brown chihuahuas break her out in a cold sweat!

She's a home health nurse and an amazingly large percentage of SPOILED little, fat, brown chihuahuas are allowed by their doting owners to bite unsuspecting visiting nurses! Their owners seem to think it is cute. My Spokeswoman struggles with deep-seated prejudice against little chihuahuas and minature pinchers because she's seen so many of them that rule the roost and are totally beyond the control of their Spokespeople.

Sooo....when I want to torment her, I just cock my head to the side and listen intently and then whisper, "I think I hear a fat, brown, little chihuahua coming our way!" I just love seeing her break out in that cold sweat!

Moco said...

It is a good thing that your dad has the two of you to help. How ever would he get his work done?

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

I like to drag branches all over the yard when my dad trims the trees. It helps him stack them up. I'm sure of it.

Kat