Friday, May 15, 2009

AFRICA!

This is Saige. Ummm..see that big tree way over there above my head? Mom calls that place "Africa". So when she asks us if we want to go to Africa, it really means, the farm. Our mom has never been to Africa and there are most likely no trees like this in Africa, but if she thinks it is Africa then we won't tell her the difference. *Cuckoo, Cuckoo*

GRRRRR...Africa--lions and elephants and tigers---GRRRRR--HAHAHA!



Well, c'mon Guinness, it's a long way to Africa--cough cough.


Whew--well, we are getting close now... but I need to sit down for a minute. Guinness will tell the rest of the adventure.


Ummm...so here is the Tree.



...and you can see there is still an old blind once used for hunting de...Gazelles. Wild African Gazelles.



Climb on up there Saige. Here, I'll give you a bum boost.



Easy now.....



HAHAHA!! Sucker. What do you think you are, a Tennessee Tree Brindle? hehe!




Hope you enjoyed the Safari.

19 comments:

  1. Hey, great safari guys! We like your 'action shot' - whew, that's an impressive set of teeth on you Guiness! We'd like to visit you in Africa *cough!* one day - looks like great fun! Tail wags - JD and Max.

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  2. We loved the Grrrr shot!!! Very scary! We were very impressed with you climbing the ladder - if only Bailey had had that on holiday!
    Great safari - can we come again?
    love
    Martha & Bailey xx

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  3. Wow, I've never been to Africa. That was some trip!!! Thanks for the adventure and the great pictures!

    Wiggles,
    Brind'Amour

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  4. Woooo you two can be scary, with those grrrrs. Nice trip to"africa" I think I could climb on a ladder too. That looks like fun.
    -Kira The BeaWootiful

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  5. I think it looks a lot like Africa to me - at least, the Africa from the movie posters of "Out of Africa." Another fun and intesting explore!

    See ya!
    Joey

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  6. Wowzers! That's so cool! Who knew you could walk to Africa from your house?!!? You all must be exhausted after all that!
    Did you see and of those gazelles? How about antelopes? Ammy wants me to ask about cantaloupes, but I refuse to pass along any more of her bad puns. What? I already did? Hmm. I need to go hunt some wild Siberian.
    Play bows,
    Zim

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  7. Does going to Africa turn you into a wild beast? Those toofers were scary.

    Slobbers,
    Mango

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  8. That was a great safari adventure, you two would scare away any predators for sure. =)

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  9. Hi 'splorin' Wolfies! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love meeting new dogs. "Africa" looks like a great place.

    Tail Wags,
    Domi

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  10. Guinness, those pics of you in front of the tree are beautiful!!! Looks like the wind was blowing across the grasslands. :)

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  11. Cool adventure!

    Your very talented to climb a ladder!

    Chasing my tale...
    Addie, Lucie, and Hailey

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  12. Great photos!

    We just read in the newspaper that the golfer John Daly who was over in Ireland for the Irish Open collected an Irish wolfhound pup from a local kennels here yesterday to bring home with him. He didn't do too well in the golf this weekend but he got a great dog!!

    lots of woofs
    Clive

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  13. Ooh - lovely photos! My humans says she thinks it DOES look a bit like Africa - all sort of wild and open spaces...hmm, I think these humans all need some mental help. And they call themselves the superior species? :-)

    Slobbers,
    Honey the Great Dane

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  14. Wow, you went on a great adventure! We are very jealous that you can run all the way to Afreekha and be off your leash. We'd love to run with you! Foster-bro Cache is very quick and I bet we could pretend he's our Aunt-lope! I'm thinking that stairway would lead to a great place for me to direct the things that need to be directed and the goings on. Whitney is not as impressed. It seems there was no ball involved, and therefore she less interested.

    Woos,
    Sasha (and the Girlz)

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  15. Hi Sage & Guiness
    That is quite the trek to get to Africa. What do you guys do, once you get there?

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  16. Once you're done with Africa, you should come to America to visit me!

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  17. funny set...AFRICA! lol

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