The little one is sleeping, so I have time to show you some of the pictures from our trip this weekend. We didn’t only pick up Gummi, we saw some other animals too!
This dear sent us off, she was in the field as we were leaving.
We saw FIVE moose on this trip. First this one and his buddy (who was across the street – we have some pix of him too, but they’re not as good), then two more and finally a single one.
What’s up with the whole paparazzi thing!? Huh?!
We arrived at the cottage in plenty of time and got the barbecue ready. I got stuck under this chair. Mom made fun.
Tussi and I shared a nice dinner.
Looks like they’ve burnt them, right? Actually they were in a marinade, which is what colored them so much. They had just been put on.
After a night of board games (and PA watched a bit of the Eurovision song contest..) we woke up the next morning and prepared for our departure. We finished in plenty of time, and had time for a little walk at the dam before picking up Gummi.
This guy flew past and we saw a lot of cranes, too.
Below the dam – most of the water is let through the power plant which is to the right of this picture.
Quite a lot of cool rock formations!’
Hard to see, but that black blob in front of the arrow is a fishie! Quite big, at least compared to the fairly smallish ponds.
Towards the end of the trip I let Gummi crash in my crate with me!
We think this shot is pretty cool, with a bit of sun and the heavy rains on the way.
Hope you enjoyed coming along on my trip!
how nice of you to share your crate!Karihttp://dogisgodinreverse.com/
That is a great sampling of nature there. The Gummi is my favorite though!
Beautiful!!! We are suddenly hungryBenny & Lily
That's a cute name for a little puppi! MMM those foodies looked amazing. I love your little BBQ set. It's cute. I hope you got to taste test some of those meatables. The last 2 pictures are definitely beautiful!
Hi Bajas! We can't believe your mom made fun of you for getting stuck under that chair! The pictures are great – it is funny to see the moose without their antlers – we don't usually picture them that way. And your new little brother is such a cutie!! It was nice of you to share your carrier with him!