Sunday, February 22, 2009


Hi Friends
Sorry we haven't posted in so long. Mommy said that she had a virus, and then when she got better, our computer got a virus. The computer never got better, so we got a new one today.

Last week, after Mommy got better, she took us for the first walk we had been on in a long time, instead of just going out in our yard. Mommy always makes us wait by the door before we go out. We hate it, but what can you do?

Here we are heading down our driveway.

And here we are at the top of the hill, almost to where Mommy says we have to turn around.

This is the view from the top of the hill on a beautiful February day.

Daisy is busy looking at the interesting critters that live at the top of the hill.

Can you see them? There are a bunch of deer that live at this farm. Daisy wants to go and chase them, but Mommy says the farmer would be mad.
Tucker says, seen one deer, seen 'em all.


Khyra The Siberian Husky said...


Woo had a furry khool day!


GoldenSamantha said...

That looks like a great hike! I'd love any walkie that involves snow, deer or not - what is deer? Haven't seen any of those yet, but hope to see some in my life! Have a great week! Love and Licks xo Sammie

The Bumpass Hounds said...

That is a niece view from the hill. It is probably a lot greener in the summertime.

Anonymous said...

Hi Tucker and Daisy! Glad your mom's virus is gone. What a cool walk! I think it would be nifty to see those deer.


Thor said...

What a beautiful walkie you had :)


Mogley G. Retriever said...

I am glad that the humans did not blame you for the computer virus. My human accused me of giving the computer fleas. Fleas, can you imagine? I am glad they did not try to take away computer privledges from you, it would make it hard to blog.

Bailey said...

What a beautiful place you have to walk!

I saw a deer one time at the beach (weird, huh?) - but Mom and I were on this island, and traveling in a golf cart on a path through the woods to get to the beach, and when we came around the corner, the deer was right in front of us.

I was scared of it. It was bigger than me!