Sunday, March 10, 2013

Weekends are too short

Look who we met on the sled hill. A super cute pup who was part Samoyed and part Australian Shepherd.


He was walking by with his family when they stopped to watch the only dog sledding at the hill.


After we crashed the snow saucer I ran down to meet him. His Mommy knew we were American Eskimo's and said she thought we were cute too. We always meet the coolest pups when were in Tahoe. I hope we cross paths with him again someday.


We made it home just in time for dinner but I already miss our cabin. Until next time...

5 comments:

  1. I love the sledding photo

    Stop on by for a visit
    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com

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  2. The sledding photo is awesome!!! Aren't cabins fun??? Happy Monday! xoxo Chloe and LadyBug

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  3. We bet that sled was superfun, Teddy!

    Love ya lots,
    Mitch and Molly

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  4. Oh Teddy you went for a sleigh ride, BOL. What a cute friend
    Benny & Lily

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