We now have so much snow that the snow drifts are starting to intrude onto the Observation Deck.
Being accustomed to gaining deck access without benefit of the stairs, I attempted to climb the snow mountains.
This stuff is deep! And just when I thought I would reach the summit, I slid back down!
I even tried a lateral approach, but was ultimately thwarted by the snow bank.
It was with mixed feelings that I agreed to a ride in the Mastiff Mobile. I'm just not a big fan of the blasted thing and I kind of drool the whole time I ride in it. Momma thinks perhaps I have the motion sickies and she says I might need to take some Drama Queen before our next trip.That said, our destination was certainly worth a little anxiety because we went to visit Grandma and Grandpa. Momma's Brother and Sister are visiting from California and South Dakota respectively for some sort of family reunion.
Oh yeah, the reason the RH didn't go is because he is afraid to go into Grandma and Grandpa's house because you have to go up stairs to get in their house and he is too big of a chicken. If you bring him he just sits at the bottom of the stairs and howls, even if there is yummers foodables inside. I guess we all have our weaknesses.
Hey! No problem for me because I got a special chewie JUST FOR ME to enjoy while the people ate their lunch.
After lunch, I took a nice walkie with Momma and my Auntie and Uncle. Grandma and Grandpa live in Wellesley, Master Chew Sits which has lots of really big houses. Momma says that the houses are all on steriods and they used to be smaller when she lived there (yuh, I think about 200 years ago and the houses were made of straw and mud). One nice thing about Wellesley is that they do a much better job of plowing the sidewalks than in my town of Framingham.
Of course I was very keen to leave my labra-pee behind for all those estate living doggies to sniff.
Auntie Wendy wanted to say hi to my Nephew Jack. Hi Jack!
(Did Momma just say she was going to go pee on something)?
I will tell you a BIG secret! I pooped in a snow bank and Momma just buried it rather than pick it up. She said nobody will know it was me by the time it thaws out. BAD MOMMA!
Back inside I was pleased to see that in addition to my special chewie, Grandma had a pink elephant stuffie that she saves just for when her Grand-dogs visit. Oh boy!
It was such a pleasure to be the center of attention without the Dinosaur Sized Beastie butting in. I was so into it I even practiced some of my doga moves.Here is proof that I am NOT a midget dog, but a handsome, full sized dude. How regal I look lounging with my Uncle.So I think today really was Dexter day since I got to spend the whole day having big adventures with Momma all by myself! Because much as I like my Relentlessly Huge brother, I need some special Dexter time, right?Dexter done!