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Hudson Valley Dog Boarding
Oct 28 2011

Fall in the Hudson Valley (featuring Clover)

This area offers walks in parks and rail trails of such beauty. Here’s one of those walks.

Here's my crew, Henry, Tin Tin Poncho and wee Clover, walking on the rail trail near the tressle bridge in Rosendale, NY

Ayumi, adoring little Clover with Henry and Tin Tin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clover, (well most of her) airborne

Is she really that small?!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More leaves on the ground than in the trees at this point

This area used to be mined for cement in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Here's an abandoned conveyer belt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

often the miners would hit a spring that would fill the area they were working in and they would abandon it back to nature

The water is often so clear, being spring water. These spots are always beautiful

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clover samples a twig while we enjoy the scenery

A good day

Jun 3 2011

Several things about Buster

Buster is here, my dog nephew, the puppy, occasional floor pee-on’r, silly boy.
When I’m boarding Buster he’s happy because he has his own cat here, her name is Hope. Hope the black cat, Hope the patient, Hope the brave.

Buster bounces at Hope. He will stand in one spot in front of Hope and bounce, expressing his joy in knowing her. Boing boing, “you are the best cat” Boing boing, “I’m thinking about placing my two front paws on your head, I’m so excited”, Boing boing, “Wait don’t go, that was only one.” Boing boing.

Buster has a brown lip. Just the bottom. It’s amazing, this lip. And huge ears crown his puppy head, I’m excited to think he may not grow into them. They may always be big. Like bat ears. Big bat ears and a brown lip.

Sometimes I bring Buster to the place where I work PT. He experiences puppy boredom, which usually occurs when those around him are doing things other than staring at him, holding him, walking him, kissing him or playing with him. This kind of puppy boredom looks something like this: