17 thoughts on “A day at the beach

  1. Looks like you all had a lot of fun! (P.S. Our mommy’s nickname in the family when she was growing up was Kari, pronounced the same way.)

  2. Hi Y’all!

    Looks like y’all found a quiet and relaxin’ place to chill out!

    Y’all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  3. Really looks like fun!

    Hey, Kari, I’m wondering what you would do in the following situation. I’m at SeaTac waiting for my flight and small dog in a mesh cage is completely freaked out, barking, wailing, etc. and the people in the area are starting to get freaked-out. S/he is with a woman who keeps talking to her/him, but to no avail. What would you do? Thanks.

    • Hmm, I’d probably do the same thing I’d do if I were somewhere and a child was wailing. Pretend not to be bothered by it but be secretly annoyed/feel sorry for the person trying to manage the situation. If it were my dog, I’d take it to a quieter area, but that might not be an option for these folks. Poor doggie.

      • Yes, poor little guy. I was really wondering what strategy you’d use. He seemed to hate the cage. Maybe just holding him would have been better. What she did was basically nothing but talk on her cell…sort of ignoring him. Are dogs allowed to be in an airport? Maybe walking him around would have worked, too. Anyhow, thanks.

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