Tuesday, December 21, 2010

This morning

Things are getting back to normal after the flooding.  This morning we went to get HER cappuccino.  The container, coffee shop was back.  Then we went to the river.  It's nearly back in the right spot.  But it's left lots of mud.
 This viewing platform was completely submerged.  Sandy Beach on the other side is sort of back.  We think they'll have to rename it "Muddy Beach".
 This bench was completely covered too.
 Of course, everything else is a vibrant green and full of scents.
 We had a great time sniffing everything.
Even Kendra got excited and went into the tall grass.


  1. I'm glad the water is going down!


  2. I am very much glad that the water is going down in your area. That is grrrreat news. It was just on our Nightly News... last night that there was flooding in some section of Australia that came so fast people had to be rescued from their CARS. I was worried about You Three and your mom and also my furend Barney. Whew. It wasn't were you live I guess.
    Thank Dawgness.

  3. I'm glad to hear that things are returning to normal. I bet you had a great time getting muddy.

    Nubbin wiggles,

  4. Finally able to patrol properly

  5. Whew! I'm glad you're flooding is going away and most impawtantly for your mom, that her coffee shop is back!

    Happy sniffing!

    Wiggles & Wags,

  6. Your green grass looks beautiful!
    We're glad the water has receded.

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

  7. glad that things are back to normal. Muddy beach sounds like a great name to me!!


  8. We are so glad the water has receded!! We know you will have lots of fun sniffing in the beautiful grass!! The mud looks a bit like our back yard!! Lots of love, Holly and mom

  9. We are so glad that you did not have to build an Ark! Now you have summer to look forward too :)

    Wyatt and Stanzie

  10. Beautiful walk thanks for taking us along
    Benny & Lily

  11. What's up with the weather? We've been having rains here too and flooding in some areas and it almost never rains in Southern Cali in December.