Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Red Neck Tour!

Our Dad wants to buy a horse wagon, so we all hop on in for the ride!

But we drive for a very long time... And Guinness has to stop for a "break".

Ah...feels good to stretch my legs!

We drive and drive some more. Over rickety ol' bridges and dirt roads. Who would live way out here in the woods? We come across a strange store out of nowhere. It is even call the "In the Woods" store!!!!

All this driving has put us in a cranky mood. All the jostling and bumping from the dirt roads makes your brain feel like you're " NOT QUITE ALL THERE"

And then when we finally get to the wagon, it's not QUITE ALL THERE either!


  1. Thanks for turning your comments back on. Hey! We haven't been able to comment a lot either lately. Busy brain and all that.

    I have no doubt that dad will have tons of fun with his red wagon.


  2. The drive reminds us of home. But our wagon is "all there".

    The Rocky Creek Scotties

  3. Humph! All taht way - for a wagon not all there?? No wonders you was cranky! We'd be cranky too!!

    ((Hugs)) your friends
    Oskar, Schatzi & Xena

  4. guess it's time to build the "other" part of the wagon guys.... you could make it a gypsy wagon and caravan across the tundra... at least it has bouncy wheels and not the wooden ones!
    you're splorin' wolfieeeez you need to be out splorin'!
    enjoy....guess the ride back wasn't a whole lot of fun eh?

    theBUSTER,Ms.Blue & Ms.Persephone

  5. Nothing like getting a fixer-upper!

  6. Looks like the wagon is saggin and will be draggin...teehee.


  7. Looks like you are going to get to help dad work on the wagon. That is always fun. Lots of small hunks of wood to "cart around". I'm just sayin'.

  8. Nice to see comments back on - the Canadian cooler was just sooo Canadian lol
    Just what were you planning on putting on that wagon that it didn't require a bed??

  9. Ahhhh........are you guys gonna pull the humans on that thing? That might be fun, after it is built up a bit. Hope you all got some good treats for the ride!

  10. That's a long drive for a wagon with no seats. Where are you guys gonna sit?

  11. Great to know there are still old fashioned stores in those out of the way places. Hmmm .... some work to be done on that wagon.

  12. What a great summer project! Enjoy helping!

  13. Good thing you told us what that thing was - never would have guessed! At least you have the horsepower to pull it, even if the wagon isn't much of a wagon!!

    Brutus the Frenchie

  14. Hee! Hee! That was such a cute post! I love your posts which show where you live and when you go out and about in town - everything looks so quaint!

    Thanks also for your lovely comments recently about Honey's health & weight, etc - it's very helpful to hear from another giant breed owner and I really appreciate it!


  15. Any car ride is pawesome, but going on one to get a wagon sure is better!
    Kisses and hugs

  16. Looks like your Dad is going to be busy!

  17. You know your Dad is a clever guy, he can fix this right up! Glad you had a good time(heh,heh)


  18. BOL ... alternate title for this post: "not quite there" and I feel the same way today

  19. That looks like as easy wagon to fall off of: my favorite kind!

  20. Oops! I guess that wagon needs a little work!

  21. Hi Saige - oooh, we're all a-quiver at the thought of you stretching those endlessly long legs of yours, sigh....! Actually, you look more like you were stretching your ears in that photo - he he he!

    What a shame you had to travel all that way to get nothing wolfie-specific at the end of it. Sometimes life is hard....he he he!

    Schnauzer snuggles - JD and Max.