I am back to trying to blog again - many of you know that I received a very bad hair cut - so I would not allow my picture to be put on the internet until it grew out. Well I am beginning to look like my fluffy old self again and ready to get back to work.
Living on the Olympic Peninsula is so fun. This morning we had three deer in our front yard. Peggy kept trying to get me to chase them and get them off the property. I said "Are you kidding me? Last time I tried to do that, the one with all the fuzzy horns came after me. Besides, it’s raining. I’m going back in the house.”
Today we got in the car and drove out to Sequim. Peggy and Layne had to attend the Olympic Peninsula Bed and Breakfast Association monthly meeting. I got to sit in the car and eat the leftover French fries that I found on the floor in the back. After that I took a nap on the dashboard. It was so beautiful. We were at the most awesome bed and breakfast called Colettes. Wow, what gorgeous gardens and so private.
I love the winters here, especially this winter. It has been warm and wet and no snow (I don't like the snow.) Also I get to go to the Olympic National Park when it is like that. Although I can't get out of the car, I can ride and hang my head out and enjoy the beauty.
Well I have to run outside for awhile. I would love to hear back from some of you. So make sure to post back to me, okay?
I will be posting some pictures soon too.
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Thursday, October 15, 2009
My new Blog
Since this is all new to me. My first blog will be about the Crab Festival. Last weekend in Port Angeles, the city was just full of people. The buzz all around town and at the Inn was all about the Crab Festival. So Peggy and Lauren called me to car, and off we went.
Wow, the street fair was great—I couldn’t get my nose to focus on anything! I am going to post a few pictures so you can get the flavor of the local atmosphere. They said that they sold more crab than any other year and that attendance was way up. The vendors were great and you should have heard the music.
It was fun walking down by the water and having people stop and talk to me, and I met the cutest little girl. She was just my height.
Someday you will have to come and attend the Crab Festival. It is so fun.
Gotta go. I am hearing things about having to go get my hair done. (I must hide.)