The first creation of blogging with my furry friends. We want you to know how much GOD loves you and how very special you are to HIM! We look foward to many days of blogging with you.
Andrea and "The Perdue Zoo"

Friday, November 5, 2010

Adventures with Sitka


















A week ago, Mom, Dad, and our human brother, Wil took Nanuq, Trouble, and I to Shenandoah National Park. We had a great day. We stopped several times as we traveled up the mountain to hike around. We saw a few deer and did not harass them. Mom was very proud of us. She was most especially proud of me. Mom knows I am tempted beyond belief by those cute furry deer. She assures me they do not want to play with me, but I am not totally convinced.

Later in the day, Mom, Dad, and Wil decided to eat at Skyland Lodge. They had packed our food in the ice chest, but did not feed us before they entered the lodge. I was a little offended. After all, it was our dinner time, too! I discussed it with Trouble and Nanuq. They were willing to wait, but I was hungry! I climbed over the seats and found the ice chest in the front floor on the drivers side. I could barely raise the heavy lid, but I managed to get it up just enough to get my zip lock back of food out. Nanuq and Trouble pretended to look the other way. They did not want to be involved. I don't know why they were so concerned, I only got my food. I left theirs in the cooler. When my human family returned I was sitting in the front passenger seat with my head resting on the dash taking a little siesta. You should have seen the look on their faces when they realized I had fed myself dinner and shut the cooler back. I refused to reveal how I accomplished this task, after all, I can't give away all my furry secrets. Mom took me for a lovely walk while my furry brothers ate their dinner.

Woofs and Wags,

Sitka

12 comments:

grandmarockton said...

I so LOVE to read about your adventures!

Mike Golch said...

Thanks for sharing the adventure.

Elizabeth Mahlou said...

Sitka, you are very clever. I love Shenandoah. And my youngest son, Doah, is named after it. We used to live in Virginia a long time ago.

Just Be Real said...

Awww delightful. Blessings and hugs. Woof Woof....

ATTIC CLUTTER said...

my head resting on the dash- LOL
oh I can just see it Andrea..Love what you do- such a tender heart my friend..
Fall~ oh a short one there is it..I suppose the snow flies very early ..we are in for a snowy winter ''they'' say too..(:)
big hugs,Patty

Deborah said...

OMD, that was so funny! Your very talented and the fact that furry family didn't tell on you is pawesome!
Thanks for visiting and come on over, I'm having a small give-a-way!
xxoo
Deborah

Gods Little People said...

Sitka you ARE one very intelligent doggie. Well done :-) Your adventures sounds beautiful.
Hugs,
GLP

Doris Sturm said...

Wow, I'm impressed, you are so talented knowing how to operate the cooler. Hey, when you're hungry, you're hungry! All's well that ends well and taking a walk while your brothers ate was pretty good too...glad you had a nice time and didn't chase the deer ;-)

Love,
Gizzy and him mommy, Doris

Jane's In The Jungle said...

That is hysterical.....and so sneaky, LOL!!

Lori Mazzola said...

We love you! :) xoxo

Toyin O. said...

Cute story.

Relyn said...

Boy would I be happy to spend the day in Shenandoah. Happy, happy Thanksgiving.