|Here's one of the beautiful trees |
out in the country
But today I went to the Country Club and will be there about a week. A WHOLE WEEK OF PLAYING!
So we headed out east along the Columbia River. I noticed that the river was running really low and there were lots of sand bars showing. I thought it was just like in Haida Gwaii when the tide went out and I could go tide pooling. But we didn't stop.
Then we turned north into the countryside. There were horses, fall leaves, farms and huge homes. I call those "house farms." What used to be beautiful farm land was being turned into houses for humans and their dogs. By the size of the homes, I figured each family had about 5 dogs! (Well, some of them share rooms.)
Then we turned down the drive into the Country Club. I was surprised to see A REAL TRAFFIC JAM. It was just a few minutes after opening and all the people and their SUV's were dropping off their dogs. There were huge dogs of all colors and a little yapping dog in a little yappy pink dog crate. The big dogs all went up to sniff the little dog but that made her yap even louder! I just ignored her because I was on my best behavior.
All of a sudden one of the big male dogs went over to a beautiful red sports car with shiny chrome wheels and... you know... lifted his leg! I WAS SO EMBARRASED. I made a mental note to avoid being in a play yard with THAT ILL MANNERED BRUTE!
|Here's the drive into MY Country Club. |
There were so many cars at one point that
we had to park far away from the office.
So then it was my time to go in. I was a little hesitant, but not much. (I just do that to make my owner feel loved). I was really in the mood to play so was happy that they took me right out back to the play yards.
Love, Cinnamon at the Country Club