Saturday, February 27, 2010

Going for the Gold: Ladies' Free-Style Barking and the Buster-Vexing Slalom

Today the snow began to melt!




I ventured out on the front porch, the spirit of friendly competition manifest in my bearded countenance. One thought entered my mind:

I must humiliate Buster !




I'd heard that Vancouver had the mildest winter in 100 years, and they had to drop snow in by helicopter for many of the events...

Connecticut was looking pretty much the same:
tough skiing !



Everywhere, Wilsons emerged from the snowdrifts, glistening green, inviting poor, hapless Buster
to come play.




This was my big chance! I had not tormented Buster in at least an entire hour. The time had come. Wilson would be the bait!





Ah, that was satisfying!



Next event: The Aerials !

Be back soon,

Bailey


8 comments:

Asta said...

Bailey
Don't towment my sweet fwiend Bustew..i love him (and you too of couwse).
I was also afwaid that the wilson would go between the slats. I willl twy to pwopagate the seeds and send you some fow youw own tennis ball bush
smoochie kisses
ASTA

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

What a plan...

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

Noah the Airedale said...

Bailey, you're being a little evil towards my matie.... He is a sensitive boy you know.

Noah

Sue said...

We had the same event today when Samba decided to compete with Sky for his beloved glow ball and as you know, Mama always wins one way or another.

Mr Koda MD said...

Hello

This is my first visit to your blog, thought I'd pop by and say hi!

Great wisdom! Nothing better than a little healthy competition between friends!

HEHE

Koda

scottiechronicles said...

Hey You Guys! Stuart The Scottish Terrier here. I'm so happy to find your blog. You can bet I'm with you in the struggle to rid the land of varmints. Even Wilsons. I'm not much on those though..... Roo Roo! Stuart

Clive said...

Bailey

You are very hard on Buster! (but very funny too!)

take care
Clive and the NSLM

Maggie and Mitch said...

Are we feeling spring in the Aire? Our snow is almost all gone too, Buster!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch