Monday, July 28, 2008

Eskie Picnic Part 2


We had a wonderful time at the American Eskimo picnic in Champlin, Minnesota. The Couches were wonderful to host the picnic in their backyard.


It was a warm day, so lots of furbabies decided to cool off in the pond.


Here I am "greeting" another doggies.


A group picture. There were a few stray dogs that didn't get in the picture. Boy was this a fun day. I was sure pooped out afterwards.


Lacy said...

w00f's Kodak, wow, watt fun, look at all those esksis..i bet u really had fun...

b safe,

Thor and Marco Polo and 3 Kats said...


White Dog Heaven - I wish I could have gone with you!

White Sibe from Iowa

Lorenza said...

Hi, Kodak!
thanks for sharing these pictures!
You are so funny saying hello to that doggie!
Kisses and hugs

Moco said...

Don't get your nose stuck.

Princess Eva and Brice said...

that's a lot of Eskies in one place. Hope you had fun.

Princess Eva

Simba said...

That looks like fun.

Simba x

umekotyan said...

Good evening Kodak.
It is a happy event at the picnic and this season.
A lot of exchanges with the friend and enjoying over the barbecue are abundant. Touch with envied nature with happy people. :)

from loved ume tyan

Maya and Kena said...

Hi Kodak!
Wow! An Eskie picnic?! How cool! And the park looks really nice!
Wags and licks,
Maya and Kena

Thor said...

Wow! Lots of eskies! I´m glad you met your first mom and siblings. Donna and Summer are very pretty!
You sure had a great time at the picnic.


Isis said...

wow! an eskie party! i just love that! However, as we all know, i'm a little bitey with other doggies.

Two Schnauzers from New England said...

Hi, Kodak -

You look so happy!

Love -

Hershey and Kaci

mary the dog obedience instructor said...

Kodak my love,

Have I posted about how much I loved that you recognized me at the picnic, saying 'Hi Mom!!! I Love You!!!' and then, MORE IMPORTANTLY, going off and visiting with your sister and half-sister as well as all the other 37 Eskies!!! I SO SO much feared that both you and I would end up seeing each other and both of us crying like the last time we met.

Live a long and loving life my soul mate. Kathy is my Angel and does so much for you.

Your Great Grandma, Zia, is fading. She's a big tribute to the American Eskimo and is another of my soul mates. I now 'help' her up into the van when we travel as well as giving her both visual and verbal signals. She's 14.5 yrs old. She is the oldest AED that I've ever have had the fortune of living with. We 'play' at TCOTC on Monday nights together doing Rally Obedience. If life permits, she will get her Rally title along with everything else she has accomplished in life... but.. only as long as she enjoys it and so far she really has enjoyed it.

Live long and give great Eskie kisses...

Your breeder and first mom,

Mary, the dog obedience instructor