It started pretty much like any other walk ...
|"Huh. 'Road work ahead'."|
"We're doing some road work of our own, right, Mags?"
I'm not sure what they're doing there; they hadn't started work yet.
At the entrance to Hudson Trail, we ran into our Bichon friend Dexter and his mom. That was pretty cool; he's a nice little guy. After we visited for a couple minutes, we decided to turn right down that part of the trail for a change.
|"This is great!"|
"We haven't been down this part of the trail for quite a while!"
We did two legs of the trail, then stopped to pose for pictures.
|"How's this, Mom?"|
Then Cam told me Mom had some treats in her pocket, so ...
"Ha roo, Mom!"
We had about 3 or 4 people come by during our shoot. They loved us! One lady said we looked like a picture in a magazine. Obviously, she reads great magazines! Another lady stood there talking to Mom for a long, long time. She couldn't keep her hands off us, and kept saying how soft and sweet and well-behaved we were. She asked Mom if we were that calm all the time. Once Mom stopped laughing (nice, Mom, real nice) ... well, you know. Though I must say, I'm not sure she believed Mom. I mean the proof was right in front of her! ... getting ear rubbie-dubbies and sweet-talk and ooooh, it just felt so good!
Anyway! Eventually, we double-backed down the trail, and headed home. We were just about to start the downhill stretch when I saw it! A CAT! A huge, black cat, right there on the sidewalk! He was taking up the whole thing, just acting like he owned the place!
It was HUGE!
A huge CAT!!!
With an attitude, I might add.
Take a look!!!
Cam went in first to check it out:
Well, it seemed huge at the time. I got a BIT closer ...
|"Ha roo, kit-cat!"|
Oh. Umm... yeah. You can't see him there, as he might have been in my mouth. I just wanted to bring him home, but Mom said someone might be looking for him. I haven't seen any posters up saying anyone has lost a kit-cat, but still, Mom said we should leave it there. Or she might have said, "Leave it." One of the two. Sigh. He seemed like a pretty cool kit-cat. I set him down in the shade. It's going to be in the 90s again today; I'd hate for him to get over-heated.
|"See you guys!"|
Anyway, what a great walk! Thanks for coming with us! The drinks are on me!