Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Vacation! Day 3

Hi! It's day 3 of vacation, and you know what that means - another tough day of lounging at the beach. I was pooped after my early-morning beach romp, so dad moved the umbrella so I wasn't in the hot sun during my nap:

It was time for more posing when I got up. First, just me and the ocean:

Then, since I love mom and dad, and they were nice enough to bring me on vacation, I let them get in the picture, too:

After another awesome day on the beach, we came back up the house to relax by the pool. We had a visitor waiting for us when we got there - you guessed it, another horse-thing. I got a boost so I could see better:

Aaah, another awesome day of vacation draws to a close. Is it time to eat yet?

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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Vacation! Day 2

When we woke up the next morning, we saw these things right outside our house:

Mom and dad said they were called horses. They looked big!
After breakfast, we went down to the beach! I played with dad in the water

and then he took my friend Jackson for a run. I think they both liked it!

I took a break to pose for pictures

and then Jackson & I took a nap.

When I woke up, those horse-things were back, so dad and I decided to go check them out.

I don't think they liked me too much, so we came back to the house and hung out by the pool.

Aaaah, vacation - I could so get used to this!

Monday, September 15, 2008

Vacation! Day 1

I'm sorry for the long absence, but it was for a good reason - I was on vacation! Yup, I went on my first ever real vacation to the beach with mom and dad and some of their friends (both the 2-legged and 4-legged varieties). We went to a place called the Outer Banks in North Carolina, and I sure did like it.

Ready to go!
Are we there yet?

We had to drive through something called a Tropical Storm to get there. It was pretty windy and rainy, but it didn't bother me too much. When we got there, here's what our beach looked like:

But then the sun came out!

Mom and I took a walk on the beach. I really liked the sand and the smell of the ocean. I can't believe we get to play here for a whole week.