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After a day of high winds and rain, the sky cleared in the early evening and gave us a beautiful double rainbow. (The second rainbow is barely visible on the right side.) Django’s dad snapped a picture of it over Red Head. Hopefully another good omen.
There’s an additional surprise in the picture. Can you spot it?
Dora heard Jason on the dock and had to have a peek.
According to legend, a bird on your boat is good luck. We have had several over the years. This afternoon a beautiful tiny black bird with gold markings was flying around the salon. It landed near the window in the mezzanine. Jeff opened the window and the little guy eventually flew out unharmed. What about the kids you ask. They didn’t bat an eye.
We are leaving soon to head north out of the hurricane zone. We’ll take this as a good omen.
The kids have been making good use of their time in quarantine.
Today is Dee Dee’s seventh birthday.
Dee Dee joined the crew on aCappella under the tutelage of First Mate Dylan. Life has never been the same.
After weeks of brutal heat and humidity, there is a break in the weather. The crew is enjoying sitting out on the back deck again and the sisters even played some bitey face at the dog park.
Happy Birthday, Dee Dee! We all love you, even Dora…
Django often comes to the dog park on the weekend. Dora featured her friend on the blog just last week.
Dora and Django always have a good time.
Today Dad decided we should let Dee Dee join in too. We’re not sure if it was the training we’ve been working on or just the fact Django is twice her size, but Dee Dee was the perfect dog park buddy. What a good girl.
For the past few weeks Dylan and Dora have been tearing up the dog park with a new friend. A sweet boxer named, wait for it…. Dora!
Dora and Dora love to play bitey face and chase and tug-of-war. The girls had so much fun the two Doras even started meeting in the afternoon for a second play date.
But alas, all good things must come to an end. The “other” Dora’s parents are leaving this afternoon making this morning the final play date, for awhile anyway.
Stay safe, Dora, until we meet again.