Whilst Mom was downloading AND uploading the pikhs of her transports
I was out under my pussywillow treebush BUT had to head to my tree when one of THEM khame by
I'll turn it ovfur to Mom now so she khan tell woo about her two transports!
THIS WEEKEND'S RUNS WERE IN HONOUR OF AUNTIE DI'S BIRTHDAY THIS PAST WEDNESDAY! THE MONIES THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN SPENT FOR A PRESENT WERE REAPPROPRIATED TO XTERRA JUICE $$$
Actually, Auntie Di wanted Sophie (the white with gray puppy but)!
What a fun ride! Nikki just insisted I pet her the entire trip -which was NOT a problem! Sasha never left the side of the crate you see in the pictures. The puppies were a bit noisy from time to time but quickly settled back down.
Their next driver called me enroute and we decided to meet closer to Carlisle. Actually, we met a Bob Evans that was just down the street from where the SHCA held some of its past national specialty shows. I had been to that location twice. Just up the road from it - and on my way back to York - the Appalachian Trail crosses over The Carlisle Pike in Cumberland County .
Here is the link to the Photobucket Slideshow for these five sweeties - and here is the link to the album where you'll find six videos. You'll be able to see the puppies in the one of them. Due to their age, they needed to travel in the crate and were only to be let down on the ground if they were on their travel tarp. Since my leg was the first leg, there wasn't a need for them to get out in Carlisle.
On my way back to York, the driver of my next passenger called to say they were on the way from Bedford. Copper had started his morning in Johnstown PA with his final destination in the Newark DE area. The drive from Bedford to Harrisburg is approx 90 miles so we worked out a location from which they'd call again so I could go meet them. His trip had been put together by NBRAN.
Here is Copper The Brittany Spaniel Handsome Fella!We had decided to meet at Long's Park in Lancaster. This is when Copper and I arrived. He started scoping out the resident menaces you'll see belowHe's quite the puller! In fact, the foster that had in prior to his final trip to DE told us/warned us what a strong fella he was! His nose was on full alert! After he had gotten a chance to stretch those legs (and my arm) I popped the hatch on The Xterra and he settled in there!Always keeping an eye out for themThem!More THEM!THEY were everywhere!
Khyra and I hope everyone had a great weekend.
She'll be back tomorrow!
Hugz&Khysses from Khyra's Khorner