Friday, September 9, 2016

A Herd of Hounds

Gentle Friends, over the weekend we had some friends over for dinner and they brought their hounds with them....


... it's amazing how a snick-snak gets every body's attention!!  From L to R  there is Smokie, Tasha, Ducky, Peaches, Whaumpa, Mattie and little Lolly almost out of the snap.  When they first arrived we had about 10 minutes of barking and the usual hound grab-assing, but, eventually they all settled down and it was a super evening.  We wanted to get the dogs together since we are watching them next week for a few days while John and Mike take a short trip to Yosemite.
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That wraps up this short week, thanks for stopping by do stop again!!

Take care,
edgar

14 comments:

  1. That is indeed a very cute herd of hounds!

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  2. Always great to see the sweet Who-hounds! Happy Friday.
    Carolyn

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  3. Looks like they had fun...great idea for a get together.

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  4. I want to pick each one of them up and give them some petting. Adorable. Good luck when you have them all around for a few days.

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  5. Oh my, I can't imagine walking that many dogs each day.

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  6. Love it......but it is one of those 'better you than me' moments. They are cute though.!! Have a great weekend Edgar.

    Paula

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  7. I would like to see a photo of you walking them all together, that would be fun!

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  8. Great group ! They are all so cute - but watching all of them ???
    You are going to have such a time LOL

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  9. Those are the best dinner parties...what a fun night!
    Hugs

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  10. Dearest Edgar: How sweet a doggy party, I am so happy we as humans do not have to play grab ass to get to know each other, oh wait maybe we do, giggles.

    Blessings
    Catherine

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  11. You will have your hands full, good luck.

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  12. That is one good looking group!!!!!

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  13. How cute. Practicing for a doggy sleepover.

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