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The Kids Are Alright

 

The Red Head crew has liked hunkering down while the pandemic hopefully passes by. Dylan, Dee Dee, and Dora love having nearly 24/7 access to Mom and Dad. Their days are pretty predictable. The morning is all about the kids with Mom taking Dee Dee for a long walk in the adjacent park. While Dad takes Dylan and Dora, where else…

To the dog park! Dora loves it. Even our decidedly senior citizen Dylan gets in on some of the action. 

After the kids are throughly tired from their morning adventures, Mom and Dad can spend some of the afternoon working on their Boat Projects list. Currently they’re repairing and painting interior walls. 

We hope that 2021 will bring us all back together again. Please stay healthy and wear your mask – it’s really no big deal 😷.

Peanut Butter! 😋

Dylan receives a thyroid pill with his breakfast and supper. Dee Dee has an allergy pill with her breakfast. Mom uses peanut butter to deliver the medications. That means all three dogs get a dollop of peanut butter twice a day. They love peanut butter 😋

This morning Mom finished a jar and asked Dad to combine the new jar of natural peanut butter. The crew took notice. They’re hoping he’ll give them another dollop. Pretty sure they won’t be disappointed…😉

What happen?

We’ve had quite a few people asking why the crew hasn’t posted a blog entry in weeks. There’s not much happening. The days have been much of the same with the main excitement being when Mom and Dad bring in a pizza.

Like every stop, the crew finds a routine. Brunswick Landing Marina has a new dog park and we’ve been going nearly every morning. 

On the down side, there is rarely more than the Red Head crew there. Dora loves lots of dog. But on the upside, it means Dee Dee gets to romp. (More on Dee Dee in a future post.) The two girls have developed a good playing relationship, finally, which has led to some cute play sessions on the boat as well.

Everyone is doing fine. We hope to move south soon. The crew is looking forward to the next stop which has another terrific dog park. Why else did Mom and Dad pick it…

Lucky Crew


RED HEAD finally is back in the water and the whole crew couldn’t be happier.  It was a trying time for Mom and Dad, while Dylan, Dee Dee, and Dora did just fine. Mom found a nice long walk that she and Dee Dee took each morning.


Dylan and Dora still made it to the dog park every morning. What fun!



Dylan has been on a new regimen of CBD oil and it seems to have put a spring in his step. 


Alas, the dog park is now just a memory but we’re pretty sure we know what Dora dreams about.  

She Might Need a Rinsing…

 

Sisters

So cute…

❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Dora is Three – ish

 
Today is the day that Dora’s dad chose as her birthday. She’s 3! A lovely grown up young lady. What special adventure was planned for her special day?
A trip to the dog park. What else? We love you, sweet girl!

Dee Dee, Too

Dylan and Dora have been taking a break from the dog park because Dora developed an infection in the folds on her neck. Think it could be due to all the time she spends lying in dirty puddles… Nah.

Dora’s doing much better, so today Mom and Dad decided to take the whole crew to a smaller park nearby. Dee Dee, too!

Dylan and Dee Dee protected the perimeter.

They practiced some agility work – sort of. 

Then Dora decided to stir things up a bit. 

Everyone had a great time. Maybe we’ll do it again tomorrow. 

Sign Us Up

Mom and Dee Dee saw this yard sign on their morning walk. 

We’re Just Fine

It’s been awhile since Dylan, Dee Dee, and Dora did a blog entry. The entire Red Head crew is doing fine… just not much new going on.

Dylan and Dora head to the dog park each morning where Dora searches for the muddiest puddle she can find.

She leaves no stone, or tunnel, unturned in her quest

That’s gonna need a good rinse…

No one is better at making friends than Dora, whether two or four legged  

Dylan looks forward to his post-dog park rest.

While Dee Dee and Mom enjoy their long morning walk, followed by some quiet time. Mostly the crew is trying to stay safe. 

Mom and Dad have developed a plan for taking care of the crew should they become ill. The first goal is to not become ill. So we wear our masks, keep our distance, and stay home. Do we miss friends and dinners and cocktail parties? Zoom and FaceTime help. But honestly, what more do we need than this…