Yesterday was a great day. I got to go woof Mom in our truck when she went to the Centre fur Sunday Service. I waited in the truck like a good dog. I have a real great bed in there so I got to snooze and to watch the world go by. When Mom finally came out she got into the truck and we drove to get her a cup of tea at Subway, then up to the dog park. It's been awhile since we were up there last so we were surprised to see some changes there. We knew they were gonna be done, but it was still interesting to see them done. They put up fences to encourage peoples and their dogs to stay on park property instead of going onto private property that we didn't know was. They also put in 2 big bridges fur people to cross the creek. So now if we leave the field and go into the bush, we just walk up a ways then cross on the bridge and walk up the other side. Up a ways further, cross again on next bridge and walk up a path that didn't used to even be there. It goes a long ways and is a very nice hiking trail, some up hill, some down, some flat, several little bridges crossing little bitty creeks. It was a real nice walk. I'm starting to feel more like a old dog though, so as much as I needed and loved going fur that nice walk, I was moving pretty slow and having a limp by last night and still today.
Today I got to go woof Mom & Tuggy when they went to pick up Mom's new motorcycle. I got out of the truck and fully enjoyed running around the yard while they worked. I even got into the trailer to see if I could help, but they said no, I'd be in the way. After that, we drove it to a welder's shop so he can work on it. That was a pretty long drive. We brought the trailer home & Mom let me out. After I had a pee & a drink she tried to put me back into the truck but I didn't want to go so she put me into my dog run. Then she got into the truck and drove away again. Not sure what's woof that. I usually want to go woof Mom all the time... just didn't feel up to jumping into the truck I guess. Too much like work when yur tired and sore from walking too far.