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A Day at The Lake

On Thursday,  I hit my six month bark-day.  Since Mom was sick that day, she promised to make it up to me as soon as possible.  Friday, she felt a bit better, so she stuck to her promise and took me back to the lake she'd taken me to the day after I came home.

Mom wasn't sure what my reaction would be since the last time she'd taken me to a lake, I didn't want to get my paws wet. 




"Ewww, Scarlet's getting me wet!!"

Mom also didn't know what Kudzu's reaction to swimming would be.  This is the first time we've taken him. 
Scarlet went with us too.  She loves the water and especially loves to be anywhere she can be allowed off leash to run.  Mom always jokes that when the leash comes off, Scarlet is 'gone with the wind'.






Me and Zu thought it was a complete lack of justice that we weren't allowed to run free too.


When Mom gave the ok for us to swim, we took off like rockets.




"Come on, Isaac!  What are you waiting for!?!"




Zu jumped right in.  Dacey quickly caught up to him.




I liked splashing Scarlet best!

Mom says I've grown a bit since our last visit to Lake Ohkissa.  What do you think?




Left side at 8 weeks old.
Right side at 6 months old.

We all had a grand time.  Scarlet likes playing fetch best.  I like prancing and splashing.  And Zu Dude just enjoyed being in the water - and y'all, he swims better than I do!  Who knew??




Scarlet waiting on Dad to throw the bumper.



Zu Dude and Boon Boy




Y'all think he had a good time??

And in case you've ever wondered what a puppy 'frolicing' in water looks like, I leave you with this video:


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Comments

  1. Looks like y'all had a great time. A perfect weekend.

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  2. PERFECT PERFECT PERFECT

    I just knew you and Kudzu would be lovin the water like me. And my heart lept in my chest when I saw Scarlet running like the wind.

    What a beautiful sight.

    More More More.........

    Great Day

    Bert

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  4. YOU WERE NEVER THAT SMALL, BOONDOCKS!!! You are to big to have been that small!!!!!

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  5. I needed a lift today and seeing you all enjoy your adventure has done just that--THANKS!!

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  6. You are a natural in water! What a fun party!!

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  7. Looks like everyone had a great time!! I love water too! :)

    Woofs & hugs <3,

    ~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

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  8. Looks like she sure made up for it!!!

    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com

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  9. What a great day at the lake! Loved watching you all frolick!

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  10. What a fun time at the lake, Boondocks!!! Guess there is no question about whether you like the water or not - BOL. And good for Kudzu - that has to be great exercise for the Zu.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  11. I hope Miz Scarlett doesn't rip the drapes from the Rods.. to Dry on. hehehe
    What a WONDERFUL time you had.. you will have to get in the Pool/swimming Pawty thingy that is coming up... the same weekend as THE PAWm... and guess what about the PAWm??? I asked them and Ruby and Penny said YES.. they WILL go.. they are ALL excited beclaws they have never been to a PAWm. Heck Sakes.. maybe THEY are takin down the Drapes at THEIR house to make Dresses.. I'm just sayin.

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  12. Looks to have been a great day! Love the video : )

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  13. Happy 6th month barkday Boon.

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  14. Looks like you all had a great time swimming! We love the water and swimming! Happy half year birthday Boondocks!

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