Another Day at CoronadoPosted: April 21, 2008 | Author: Liz | Filed under: Adventures with Friends | Tags: beach, boston terrier, coronado, dog in bikini, frank, french bulldog, parker, poodles | Leave a comment »
After Liz finished getting her hair cut last week, we went over to Parker’s house and then to get some lunch:
Well, I should say Liz and Frank got lunch; me and Parker got to sit under the table and wait for scraps. Luckily, a bag of SunChips flew off the table, so I got to have a few extras.
Also, the lady at the deli gave Parker and me a Milk Bone. We had to share it, so Liz & Frank had to separate us while we ate. We have been known to have a few incidents over food, which Liz says are my fault. Once we got into a fight over a wind-up piece of sushi because I mistakenly thought it was edible…:(
You could see how that could happen, right?
After lunch, we got back in the car and drove down to Coronado. It was a lovely day. Parker immediately went crazy and started running around, and I did my usual routine of strolling down the beach on my own, peeing on every visible piece of seaweed. But then we all went for a little walk:
Frank gave me tummy rubs in the sand:
Parker met some poodles who were very unfortunately dressed (well, one of them was!)
Liz says that is “wrong”. I say, what is wrong about it? She is already a poodle. It is to be expected.
Frank told Parker he was running too wild, and made him be carried for a while:
Parker did not like this very much. He does not really like to have his picture taken. I told him, you have to just roll with it because our humans are crazy for pictures!
I am used to it and I happily pose (as long as I am not dressed in some outfit, then I do not like it!)
(See, Parker still looks sad)! We were visited by some new friends:
Unfortunately, I stepped on something I shouldn’t have and my paw started hurting a lot. Usually I’m very brave and Liz has a hard time telling if something is wrong with me. But I was limping and then I just laid down in the sand:
Frank tried to make me feel better by brushing me and giving me cuddles:
But it was still hurting a lot! So we decided to go home. Liz washed my paw at the doggie faucet and then we were ready to get in the car. I just had to sit by Parker– I was already starting to forget about my paw! Don’t we look cute sitting together in the back seat?
I can’t wait to go to the beach again!