Sunday, November 30, 2008

Hi pups!!!

Mum took these pictures of me sleeping lastnight, she thought they were adorable....

They call it puppy love ;o)

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving Everypup!

Here's some more snow footage!

Monday, November 24, 2008

Check out Moxie in the snow... she thought for sure she heard something!!!

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Another snowy day pals!

I'll get you!!!


Back 'atcha Sis...

Boing boing...

I still smell something...

I think something is in there!

It's so fun to run in the snow!


Look what happens to Moxie's fur!

Videos coming soon....

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Hi Pups!
It's been snowing a LOT here lately.... and we just LOVE the snow!

What? Is there something on my snooter?


I must bounce like a bunny in the snow! Yay!

Boing boing boing...

Gotta check out this brush pile...

I smell something!

I smell it too!!!

Sniff sniff sniff...

Snow zoomies!


Those of you that asked more about Moxie Soda, here's a little more about it...

"Moxie was created in 1876 by Dr. Augustin Thompson, formerly of Union, Maine, while he was employed by the Ayer Drug Company in Lowell, Massachusetts. Moxie was first marketed as a patent medicine in Massachussetts, under the product name “Moxie Nerve Food." Moxie was said to cure ailments ranging from softening of the brain to “loss of manhood.” In 1884, it was sold in carbonated form and merchandised as an invigorating drink, which claimed to endow the drinker with “spunk”.

In the early phase of its life as a recreational soft drink, Moxie is said to have been kept handy by bartenders to give to customers who were too drunk to be given any more alcohol. This story may be apocryphal, however, inspired by Moxie's noted aftertaste, which many people find unpleasantly strong.

The popularity of Moxie produced popular advertising jingles, such as “Just Make It Moxie for Mine”, and President Calvin Coolidge was known to have favored the drink. Boston Red Socks slugger Ted Williams endorsed Moxie. Author E B White, an adopted Mainer and noted Moxie fan, once wrote “Moxie contains gentian root, which is the path to the good life.”

One of the key ingredients of Moxie is “Gentian Root Extractives”, which probably contributes noticeably to its unique flavor. For those without access to Moxie, the flavor can be approximated (and adjusted to taste) by adding Angostura bitters to root beer, or by mixing Campari with Coca-Cola. Its bitter taste is also reminiscent of Italian chinotto soda.


In other news... Mum is looking at houses! Can you believe it, we might have our very own yard someday... and she even said we'd get our own room! How cool is that?!

Saturday, November 15, 2008

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Monday, November 10, 2008

Hey everypup, we wouldn't want you all to think we'd gone soft on ya... we still get out and about!

Mum took us to the Dam the other day...

Doesn't look very exciting, does it?!

Two corgi pulling team...

There were lots of things to hear and smell...

Here's the reservoir that is dammed by the dam! They drain it a little bit in the fall to accommodate for snowfall and spring melt... so it's a little lower than normal...

This is the spillway at the end of the dam, we thought it would make a great place for a water slide!

Leaving some PeeMail... I also had to leave a little PooMail...

The only bench! It's at the other end of the dam, we had walked 3/4 of a mile here... and we were tired! We didn't want to walk back!

Time to lay down...

We didn't think we'd exceed this speed limit, but we thought it was pretty funny since only foot traffic is allowed on the dam!

See that thing out there? That's the water intake where they rise and lower the level in the reservoir.

This is the gate to the intake, we thought the comment box was funny. Where would we get the comment cards??? And why would we walk about 0.5 miles to hand it into the comment box? BOL!!!