Douglas and Norman at our Alaskan haven

We were out at the property the other day enjoying the sunshine, the peace and quiet out there, and letting the dogs have some fun exploring and running around. Our septic is in now and while we were out there, the guy came back to do some clearing across the road. Instead of clearing more land on our property for us to get the 40 foot 5th wheel in, we are going to back it in. We have to back it in, about 600 feet. Should be loads of fun. 

We don't want our clearing any bigger than it already is though, we want forest and not open space, so it will be worth the extra effort. As long as we get it in, in one piece. 

The boys had a blast. They love it out there. Douglas was anxious to see if he could find any new bones, and we found one, but I couldn't let him have it because it was too brittle and could break, so I just let him have a good sniff instead.

whoa! what is that... hmmm

maybe if I just taste it a little...

ewwwe... I don't know about this...

where did it go??

Douglas even stopped to take time to smell the flowers

where did the bone go? Do you know?

Norman was on a mission looking for anything edible

this is great fun!

where is the food? These cranberries are too bitter

we found another squirrel haven... we have at least three of them on the property

Douglas cautiously checking it out

big enough for a Chihuahua to fall into

the mossy squishy ground

Doug running about

Rodney widening the road with his cat, while Kevin supervises

working away

Norman sunning himself in the truck

it's a rough job, being Norman

Douglas checking out the work

look, he pushed all this dirt up here for me to play on!

Time to go boys!

It's been warm here in the interior the past few days, about 75ish F... Today more like 85 F. Time to get out the sunscreen!


jaz@octoberfarm said…
wow..that sure is hot for up there! the pups must be in heaven. all kinds of new smells and stuff to explore!
Ian said…
The dogs are looking good! Remember, I told you that you needed to drive that rig. Anybody can drive it forward and I know you like a challenge, so I vote for you backing it in. ;0)
Mary Ann said…
Great pictures Donna, but the hole would scare me... it IS Norman size!
Nice to have such cute helpers.

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