Hi everybuddy! It’s Wednesday! And you know what that means! It’s time for a postie from me!
I hope you all have had a good week. We’ve missed you all something awful!
Okay, I have something super exciting to tell you about today! Abouts
87 years two months ago, before everything went cuckoo-nuts around here, we all went down to Albukerkee to visits my Cuzin Bridger! (Oh, yeah, and Auntie K and Uncle C, too.)
We didn’t stay very long but we had a super terrific time. One of the funnest things we got to do while we were visiting was go on a hike! Boy, we were all really excited that morning knowing we were going on an adventure. Cuzin Bridger wanted to bring his furend Mr. Roosterson, but Auntie K said no. Sometimes she’s Most Unreasonable like that.
It was SO pawsome cuz it was just us in lots of wide open spaces.
See that thing we’re walking toward? That’s a VOLCANO! Yep, a real volcano! But don’t worry. It hasn’t spewed anything for like a hundred bajillion years.
I led the way but I kept having to stop and wait for everybuddy else cuz
they’re a bunch of slowpokes I’m nice that way.
And THEN the Most Amazing thing happened! You’ll never guess what it is! Cuzin Bridger found a dead deer leg!
Oh, it was good and ripe and stinky. I offered to help him carry it but he said he could manage.
But Auntie K, being Most Unreasonable again, finally told him he had to leave it there. So he went a ways off the trail to hide it real good so it would be there when they came back.
About that time, Brudder Ranger thought he smelled some jackrabbit off in the grass so he took dad to go check it out.
They didn’t find anything but Brudder Ranger sure was happy hunting for ’em!
Now, as for me, I was getting pretty hot and so I started looking for some shade to lay under.
But did you know they don’t HAVE shade in the desert? Isn’t that the ker-aziest thing ever? That made me a little worried cuz it’s a Well Known Fact that Most Beautiful Brindle furs are prone to melting.
Luckily, I founds some dirt to roll around in and cool them off a little bits before the situation got too dire.
And then I found the teeny tiniest shade tree EVER to lay under. But first I had to dig a nice, cool hole.
Mom said I was being over-dramatic and made me get out from under that shade. I thought she was taking an awful chance but oh-so-happily, my Most Beautiful Brindle Furs did not melt off!
When we got home, we all laid around and had a good rest and cooled off.
Oh, gosh, we all had a super awesome time. But very much sadly, we had to head back home the very next morning. We sure do miss all of them oodles and gobs and we can’t wait til we go back again!