Thursday, November 7, 2013

Thanksgiving in the Woods... and a Porcupine

 Oh Hi it's Guinness.  Yeah, we haven't been doing much this fall except staying at Crick Hollow--my dog house in the woods!
 
 As you can see it is my very favorite place in the whole world.  Us Wolfies are a sensitive breed and best just to be in the peace and quite with our humans.  Sigh...here I am in blissful harmony.

 This is my hole.  I dig a little more each time.  I started my hole back in 2008.  It is where I like to nestle in.  The humans  all trip over it.  But it is my spot.  So there is not much to be done.

 Maggi is more of a guard dog and prefers the front door.  I do not guard the camp at all.  I am sound asleep in my hole.  Good thing Maggi has such sharp hearing.  She can hear everything in the woods and gives us lots of notice.  Good girl Maggi.  More time for me to relax.....zzzzzz

 
  This year I was happy because Thanksgiving was here and everyone came--can you spot gramps?

 And here we are chilling at camp.  
 
I forgot to tell you my friend Piper got into a porcupine but she is ok now. Remember when I did the same thing?  Gulp  hopefully she learned her lesson.  Til next time--love Guinny

5 comments:

  1. Hello, wolfies, I was just thinking about you this morning and wondering how you are doing. Glad you are happy and warm. You make people happy.

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  2. You look very relaxed at your house in the woods. That is so terrifying seeing the results of a porcupine
    Lily

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  3. HOwdy Mates, looks like a wonderful place you stay at. Very relaxing for sure. Holy crxp. We did not know porcupines could inflict so much damage! That photos is terrifying! Take care everybuddy. No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

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  4. It was a special Thanksgiving at Crick Hollow.

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  5. Oh wolifes, that is a very scary picture. Glad it all worked out.
    I love your sleeping hole. Momma says her old Airedale did the same thing. It is great to see you both.

    Kisses,
    Dexter

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