Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Trey, the log-loving idiot.

Well here's a change, a non-Sooki dog post.   Were you starting to wonder where Trey was ?  

Never fear, Trey is here.

See him ?   Down at the bottom of that cliff.

No idea what Wendy thinks of Trey's antics.

Here he comes.

My guess is, she thinks he's an idiot.
Carrying a log.


Yep.  


Carrying a full-sized log.  

Up.  A.  Cliff.

I had set off on today's walk without a ball, stick or toy.  I hoped we might just WALK on our WALK. Trey had other ideas and set off down the cliff, as he's learned that the ocean tosses out some pretty awesome "sticks".  

He insisted on carting his new-found "stick" on our entire walk in hope that I might throw it for him.


Like I said ... "Trey's an idiot.  A log-loving idiot."  


But he's MY log-loving idiot and I wouldn't have him any other way.

17 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, that's a big 'stick'. I'm amazed he carried it up the cliff. I get a great kick out of his antics too. Keep them coming.

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    1. Oh Bonnie, I must confess that I nudged it off the cliff a few extra times to tire him out as there was no way I could heft that damn thing.

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  2. Goodness, THAT is SOOOOOOO funny! We have a dog, Ralph, who isn't exactly brightest. Not like this. Trey is actually very smart--determined, at the very least. But our poor Ralph is hesitant, doesn't seem to realize he can walk through a door that is partially open--and that's just the beginning. At any rate, I ADORE this post. How funny that we love these furry friends so much.

    Hugs from Ecuador,
    Kathy

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    1. Dogs are a huge part of our lives Kathy.

      I am enjoying the vicarious thrill of learning about your life as the daughter of a mobster.

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  3. My brother and father shared a big melon headed lab named Egypt who was also a log lover. He was as agile with it as he was with a tennis ball.

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    1. Egypt sounds like a good match for Trey

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  4. Trey is just plain smart not an idiot. He is merely showing off his strength to impress his human/s. :-) I think the log thing is the cutest I've seen in a while. It really is an obsession with him. You should record some of this antics and put on You Tube. He might be a sensation. :-)

    ~yvonne

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    1. I can see it now: "Trey -- the YouTube sensation" ! When he's famous and we get rich, I'll thank you in my YouTube acceptance speech !

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  5. Oh my goodness!!! Wow, what a strong (and somewhat stubborn, I'd suppose!) log-loving-idiot! LOL!

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    1. And he did it more than once as I nudged it back off the cliff with my toe ...

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  6. Trey looks so pleased with his accomplishment! It makes me think of when reporters ask people why they want to climb a certain mountain and they often respond, because it's there or because they can. I bet Trey wondered if he could do it and enjoyed the challenge - he's got a lot of spunk and personality!

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    1. Barbara, he has personality enough for ten dogs ! ;-)

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  7. Miss Sadie would be very impressed. I am impressed myself.

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    1. Treys sends Miss Sadie a lecherous leering wink.

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  8. Félicitations Trey ! You can join the Club of determined, stubborn and strong dogs. My Ninio has been in it since we know each other. Small puppy, small things. Five year old dog, Much bigger things. You two are great and I love your victory smile, Trey :)

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    1. Merci beaucoup ! Trey a cinque ans aussi.

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