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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Mornings With Chip

While on our walk today, Chip and I enjoyed another day of beautiful weather. I love to look at the trees, and examine their personalities I guess you'd say. The way the bend, twist, and turn give them their own unique appearance.
They form their own little arbors, beckoning you to pass through and take another path.
Chip especially enjoys these morning walks, running ahead to see what he can discover.
It always concerns me when he rolls, usually it means a bath is in store since it's usually something gross that he has found to coat his hair! Fortunately this time, he was just scratching his back.
With all the paths, he picks and chooses which one he'll explore next.
He's my little companion, I look forward to him keeping me company on my morning constitutions.

6 comments:

Tolentreasures said...

Love those trees. They remind me of the mangroves in Florida! Nice to have your little companion with you on your walks.

Cathy

Jayne said...

Those are very cool trees Laurie! Looks like he knows he's in charge. :c)

andsewon said...

What a nice place for a walk with your darling Chip! He is a cutie!
Hugs,
Lola

Catherine said...

Those are sure some beautiful twisty trees ~ and sweet Chip looks like he is having a terrific time!

Have a great day Laurie!
xo Catherine

Diane said...

Oh, that Chip! He's just the cutest little guy. The little butt reminds me of Rascal's behind. It just amazes me how those little stubby legs can get them everywhere. Animals are the best friends! Diane

Melinda Cornish said...

what a cute little dog.....he looks like a chip!