Monday, January 5, 2009

New Year's Day at Lake Monroe


We decided to start out our walking program on New Year's day at Lake Monroe. We don't normally see seagulls there, but there were plenty for Chelsea to bark at.

Running for a stick.

If she had a tail, she'd be "pointing." She saw me. I love it when she does it, but I haven't decided if she is right or left pawed, because she seems to alternate. Mindy, does Gingerbean do this? Kate, does B.B. do this?
Chelsea was six months old on 12/30. She is up to 15 pounds and will be spayed this Friday- 1/9.



So fun to frolic in the sand on New Year's day. I don't think Chelsea was feeling any "after affects" from the night before.















Icy at the edge of the shore.





Gray skies. Typical January Indiana weather. We have gray skies from October through March. Fortunately, I love it. I love "gray days!"






I hope your New Year got off to an "ICE" start!





3 comments:

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

She is just beautiful!! GB tends to plant all four feet in a boxy stance.

kate said...

I haven't seen BB do that, but she certainly does plenty of other funny corgi things. Does Chelsea love to lay on her back? I'll wake up in the middle of the night and look down at Bea (who sleeps on our bed, of course) and she's sound asleep, all 4 paws straight up in the air.

Chelsea is so pretty; I love her markings!

a corgi said...

hi; first time visiting your blog; Chelsea is adorable! we have a 4-year-old tri, Koda. aren't they the funniest?

so glad you are one that likes cloudy days; I'm the exact opposite; need bright sunny warm days (but I did live in Montana for 8 years so I can do cold too, LOL)

enjoy your day

betty

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