My mom’s getting pretty good at getting up before the sun to take me for walkies now, even though she’s still allergic to mornings 🙂

I’m pretty sure she is sleep walking when we first leave.  That’s ok, it gives me time to work on learning sign language.

Here’s a sign I saw this morning, for example…

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I think it means that the children in this area can’t run very fast when they play ball. I’ll have to be careful if they want to play ball with me, ’cause I run REALLY fast! I wouldn’t want to accidentally run over them.

Today we walked through the neighborhood to get to a field.

We’ve had temperatures over 100 degrees (F) during the day, but sometimes it drops to the 60’s at night. Extremely weird.

It’s scaring the trees so badly that they’re dropping their leaves, even though it’s not fall.

Poor little scared trees. I hope they don’t become a petrified forest out of fear.


Field walk 1 framed


Anyhow, we got to the field and had fun walking all around in the grass there.


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Here’s a tree tunnel that I like to walk through.


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We walked a couple of miles and then headed home.

On the way, I stopped by my friend Llama’s house to say hi.


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I don’t know his name yet, but I think it might be Tony.

As usual, I dragged Mom home at warp speed because she doesn’t even give me breakfast before we leave. I make her pay for not feeding me first, bwahaha!

♥ Behr Behr, the neighborhood field guide 🙂