I asked Mom what this voting thing was all about. She said it’s our right to vote for the person or issue that will be the best for us and our country. And many bi-peds did just that yesterday–voted, that is. That sounded good, so I decided I should run for something. You know I love balls and mud and water and a whole bunch of stuff like that. So that’s my platform: More balls, mud and water. And I voted!
After all the votes were tallied, I WON.
Um, I guess I should say there was only one vote–mine! :D
So, I will do my best to fulfill my promises so I can run again. And again. And again.This voting thing is fun!!
We hope everyone has a safe and fun Halloween!
October means pumpkins and mazes and witches and goblins–I settled for pumpkins and mazes. Those other two are too skeery!
So, Mr. N and I took off to a pumpkin patch on Sauvie Island and what did we find? A maze!!Into the maze we went–what a lot of back and forthing! I was getting a bit dizzy. We needed a plan. Just ahead was a platform of sorts with a couple of scarecrows just hanging around. We climbed up… What did I see but another scarecrow way out over a sea of corn. And look at those trees behind it. Over to the right.
So, on through the maze we went and finally tracked our way out. We did a lot of sniffin’–I think some of those witches and goblins had left their scent. :)
I looked up
Mr. N! Get down!! What are you doing up there?
Pshew, for a second I thought Mr. N was a goner.
Then, I saw a hole and looked throughand there was a cow train!
Mooo-ve it on out, cow!
We ended up with a pumpkin or twoand called it another fun day!
Hikes in the Columbia Gorge are some of the best, so Mr. N and I took advantage of cooler, drier weather and set off to Triple Falls. But first a stop at 1000 Acres for a bit of water play.Since our ultimate destination was near Multnomah Falls, a stop at the Lodge for a bite of lunch was in order (we got a treat or two while the Moms ate). And, of course, we had to have a photo-op at the falls! We were on our best behavior and some of the tourists were ooohing and ahhing over us. :D
Then off to the trailhead. Our hike has finally begun!
This was one of the rockiest trails we’ve been on–I’m sure glad I have the footing of a goat! Mom had to pick her way over those rocks so she didn’t damage her knee again.Then we came to a washed out section of the trail that included these rather steep log steps. Coming back down, I was very careful to stay with Mom and not try to race down the steps. Some other hikers coming behind us said I was a very good dog. We finally reached our destination–well worth the climb (elevation gain of 762 feet)!
So, what do you want to do next, Mr. N?