|I look pretty scary in this pic, huh?|
SO now you have met my posse and it is time to get back to the festivities. We had about 2 billion years of play time which is almost more than I can bear. Well, I can play a long long time but it was WARM when we got to Lodi and it just kept getting moreso.
|That's MY toy . . . No, MY toy . . .|
SNORTS, SNUFFLES, and out-right PANTING was heard all over the playing field. It didn't stop the group from finding a toy and running off with it; but the bursts of energy were increasingly rare and usually ended with a beeline for the water bowl (OR, in my case, Spencer B.'s grandpa who gave us ICE!) and SHADE!
|Um, Mr. Spencer's Grandpa, may I have some ICE, please?|
"Official" play time ended (we kept going, though . . . ) and they had this AUCTION thingy while simultaneously finishing theSILENT AUCTION and RAFFLES. Those were for the PEEPS, though and not us PUGS. I, personally, am not interested in a porcelain Christmas Tree with Pugs all over it. All I need to do is LOOK IN A MIRROR to see a lovely PUG MUG! I think the Auction was planned to go on like FOREVER but we started "Acting Up" and after 2 hours they closed the auction and told E-FURRY-PUGGY to suit up in their costumes for the COSTUME contest and prepare to out CUTE each other.
More on COSTUMES tomorrow.
|Some strangers I visited with on one of my MANY trips around the field|