On a clear day, you can see San Francisco. It was a tad bit windy, but not cold. Must have been in the 70's. Though the temp thingie in mom's car, said it was 88 degrees, but we know it wasn't that warm.
You can also see the Golden Gate Bridge! Course it doesn't look golden from here. We are not actually this close. Zoom on the camera does a good job.
Ms. Lola who is five years old. She loves to grumble at all of us. Surprising Jenna or Baree (who are both females), never growled back at her, also neither did any of us guys.
Its funny, cuz she would grumble at us, but kept coming after all of us to check us out. Her slave said that she only does this to other basenji's, not to other dogs. Interesting.
This here is a (big) whippet, named Random. He was a "owner returned." He's a very nice and friendly dog, but he was pooped out and didn't want to run any more. We saw him on his way out of the park.
When there is a mud puddle, for some reason we can't just resist checking it out. Mom and Dale were screaming at us to get out of the mud. Scout is looking right at the camera, and Dannii is just behind him. Look at the muddy paws! Course they weren't too bad. We had done worse, believe me.
Ok, so you have seen a bunch of these stupid pics of us on the picnic table............get over it, cuz there is another one.
Told ya! You can even see the Golden Gate Bridge too.
What is it with the "butt" photos? Can somebody explain that to us, please? Don't ask me, but there was sure something interesting here.
Here's another one, Dannii is looking like he is waiting his turn to check things out. Whatever it was, we all peed on it!
I also want to report that our "boycat" went missing on Wednesday of this past week. We have not seen him at all. We even asked his sister "girlcat" if she had seen her brother, but she would just walk away. Well, we are happy to report that mom saw "boycat" today when we got home from the park, and before us dogs even had a chance to get out of the car. See, he's not neutered "yet", and there are alot of feral female cats around, and yep you guessed it, that's what he was trying to do, but the feral male cats so far haven't given him a chance. Mom says, that as soon as he come's back in the house, she's going to put him the carrier and take him to the vets to get "fixed"!
Well, that's it for now. You all come back again, now hear?