Sunday, July 4, 2010

Summertime and Happy Fourth of July

Hello.  It's me, Miley reporting for the pack.  We've spent most of our spring and early summer doing fieldwork back in the bentonite mine. Mommy found a lot of sites and was very busy. However, she did have time to take more pics of me. I like exploring around sandstone outcrops. There's all kinds of little holes to peek in and sometimes bunnies hop out!  Mommy doesn't want me to disturb any rattlesnakes shading up around the rocks.

There are also some odd clay formations to look at and tiny anticlines. 

Mommy's human Mom passed away in May so she flew back to Florida for a week. Daddy took good care of us while she was gone. Of course, he wasn't as accustomed to our various tricks as Mommy so we Airedales were quite entertained for the first two days. Daddy less amused with our antics.

Mariah and several other members of the High Kountry Airedales pack are indoors today avoiding the initial firework sounds.  I'm outside with my buddies - it's not too hot today.  Mommy will be exercising all the doggies a little earlier than usual tonight before the main blasting starts!

Have a great Fourth of July!
Hugs, Miley and Mariah  


  1. Steer clear of those rattlesnakes! YIKES!
    I hate fireworks! I spent 2 hours last night in the bathroom hiding behind the door! Not even mom could comfort me! Why the heck did they ever have to be invented?!
    We're very sorry to hear about your mom's mom, guys.

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

  2. Holy cow! How'd we miss you when you FiNaLLy posted?! Glad you could at least check in with us, your buddies, once in awhile. That sure does look like rattler country. You guys be careful out there. So sorry to learn of your hooman grandma's passing. We hope your mama is doing okay.
    BabyRD and Hootie
    (& Cassie the human too)

  3. Thanks for popping by our blog and saying hi.
    we hope you continue to enjoy your summer and are having loads of fun.

    Molly, Taffy and Monty


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