Always eager for adventure, a day at the river with Mr. N and Mort of Dogthusiast was filled with sticks and mischief. I’m always up for a game of stick–especially if it’s thrown into the river!
Fetch and swimming go together, at least that’s what I say.
I got back to the river bank and who was waiting for me? None other than my bud, Mr. N–eager to do a little stick-stealing.
And of course, I let him.
He was all into it–and got a bit muddy in the process. 😀Meanwhile, Mort found a stick of his own.
Let’s see you throw this one!
He didn’t get any takers, so I challenged him to a game of chase.I was a blur….
And we had fun!
It was a very windy day out at 1000 acres as I sat waiting. And then… here he came–Mr. N of Tenacious Little Terrier!
What a cute little guy. I decided I had to be on my best behavior and show Mr. N how much fun this place can be. We went on a long hike through the woods and down the path, trying to stay out of the wind. I ran and Mr. N stayed right with me–he’s quite the little trooper and became my cheering squad when I got hot and had to hit the nearest mud puddle (of course, you say). Somewhere along the way, a wild rose branch got stuck in my furs–it was not fun with all those stickers on it, let me tell you. I worked on one end of the branch and Mr. N pulled on the other.
And, we did it–I’ll have Mr. N on my team any day!
I do have to confess that in my zeal to really awe Mr. N and his Mom with my excellent behavior, I found some extra special eau de stink to roll in. I did want to make a good impression, you know. I just don’t know why Mom kept saying “don’t get too close to Sage”. At least I was able to dab a bit around my neck–I understand that’s where eau de stink goes.
Well, all it got me was this:
Thanks for joining us Mr. N and his Mom! We hope to do it again.