Just WAIT until woo see why her face has mulch on it!
BUT I'll let Mom 'khover' (or unkhover) that !
Khyra's Mom here now
Isn't Spice just so beautiful?
She was a little uncomfortable for she was spayed last week. Her bigger discomfort came from the UTI she had which hadn't been treated by her previous 'owners' She's on meds now and responding reasonably well but she had a few times when she felt less than spicy BUT she always seemed to have THAT smile!Ryon is working the paws!Sharing secrets about their trip!She was so comfy she didn't want to leave the cool grass at The Cracker Barrel in Harrisburg for her trip to Hamburg! I mean JUST LOOK AT HER!Ryon said let's get sled on the road!Well, when Khyra and I got back home, The Doggy Nanny had left a few treats around for Khyra to find. Khyra found one and then promptly did THIS with it!
Now, here is why Spice's face is covered with mulch - one of the videos from the Photobucket album from today's transport. You'll see more pics (including those above) AND more videos at T H I S L I N K (including a video where she enjoys her Happy Heart 3Cheese Squirrel without burial)!
I shared the Photobucket album with The Transport List - they all got a chuckle from Spice's biscuit burial!
I'm lucky on my drive to Hagerstown and/or Martinsburg I can get three good radio stations for the drive. When I got into range for the station out of Frederick, I discovered they were doing a Class Reunion Weekend - each hour had a different year for that hour's music. I got to hear tunes from 1975 - the very first I heard what Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here (as many know, one of my FAVOURITE songs of all time). I hear Eric Claption's Wonderful Tonight; Ace's How Long; and THIS one that made for a great sing along in the Xterra.
I had a few giggles on the drive - which I needed for that was one of the cloggiest drives I think I've had - too many people that chose the left lane and didn't care they were creating a conga line behind them!
I saw a tractor trailer that was driving for S&H Trucking out of Chattanooga TN - which happens to be where this year's National Specialty Show for Siberian Huskies will be held!
I also saw a license plate that made me think of a certain RH canine from Master Chew Sits: BACKUP1 (PA plate)
It was another great transport with two very sweet and loving Siberians! Paws crossed their lives up here in the north are much happier than what they've left behind!
Spice went to her furever home Sunday afternoon; Ryon is available through The Last Resort Rescue!
Khyra will be back tomorrow!
Hugz&Khysses from Khyra's Khorner
PeeEssWoo: We didn't get to all the blogs on Sunday - sorry! I think everyone with a blog posted! We'll get through them but might not have the opportunity to comment!