How one angel khan be sooooooo trying sometimes
I hit the tree so The Goldens khould have some of their own khwality time
The kitchen looks like a toy battle zone
But he looks sooooooo angelikh
Now to turn it over to Mom so she khan tell about her Saturday afternoon transport
Some of you might wonder why Stumpy is HERE - well, we had hoped to have Stumpy REALLY HERE as she and her human headed back to Dirtville - but since I filled the last open leg that got Miller The Malinois from The Midwest to Maryland to Little Compton RI, we weren't able to meet after all - SOOOOO, we did today's transport in their honour - after all, Stumpy's human admits to have a softspot for Malinois - especially handsome ones like MillerHe was an incredible easy passenger - I did have to take his leash off enroute because he decided it might be a good chewieHow do you like that shadow and the handsome boy?His leash was still on then but I had to unclip it not long after this pic - he did enjoy chewing on his pillow and his fleecie bedHe was just all eyes as he took in all his new life was revealing to himI did toss him the football that occupied him for part of the trip tooI think he was trying to get me stop at Dunkin' Donuts but we had a schedule to keepLuckily the keys were in my pocketHe enjoyed watching all the comings and goings at the Shell station we were meething his next driver at just off I78 near Kutztown Krumsville He was sweet - and so appreciate of what ABMC Beligian Malinois Rescue had done for him - and for his travelling companion Bounce -
Bounce met her new family in Hagerstown then Miller headed to HarrisburgLoved the tail and the tip coloursThe Siberian on the Xterra was watching him watch the comings and goingsHe kept hearing all the good things I was saying to himAnother mission accompished safelyHmmmmm - how about some Yuengling and a burger?I was able to get some nice foliage shots for the upcoming FrEYE Sky and Stuff slideshow
Yes, it was a great transport - ironically enough, his Cumberland MD to Harrisburg PA driver also had an Xterra - hers was tan as you'll see in the Photobucket - she also lived in the York area - this was her first transport - she was doing it as a way of paying back those that had helped get her Malinois Rescue Yukon to her earlier this year - when we spoke on Friday about a meeting place in Harrisburg - she had originally offered to drive a bit more North but I figured it made no sense for us in theory to parallel each other on I81 to get ther - I told her of the place most of us use - and how it was a popular place with multi transports often there at the same time -sure enough, shortly after I arrived, another transport arrived - I mentioned I was waiting for one - and yes, they had seen The Mals in Hagerstown!
I did get some pictures of those passengers and I'll share them on Monday - along with a few other pics sent to me from another Saturday transport - and of course the pics from Wilson's Sunday AM journey!
Of course RESCUES ROCK!
Hugz&Khysses From Khyra's Khorner
PS: Being gone for the transport/etc has backed us up on the GR - we'll get through them but might not comment on all - I know we've all told ourselves it is OKAY but just wanted to share that!