Walking the dogs is fun for us, largely because we go for a hike someplace cool and pretty.
We do though have the occassional problem of Stella, an energitic pit bull running too and fro. She doesn’t run off, and she won’t, but she likes to stick her nose into snake holes and generally just bounces off everything and anything she can.
The pug, Esther, is just slow.
We were coming back from a hike, Erin, her mom and I, her mom needed a bathroom, and quick. The trail was to busy for options other than the toliet at the trailhead. I dragged her pug as fast as I could but it’s annoying.
Until Erin hit on a genius, and as with many great ideas, obvious, solution. We let the pit bull pull the pug.
Stella got a resistance workout. Esther got used to having to walk faster. It’s also supposed to be good for building pack mentality and such.
Any which way, I like it.
So I asked for a fresh battery out of the backpack I was carrying. The backpack has two pockets, a big one which is partially filled by a water bladder (water in the desert is good) and a smaller one for the knick knacks.
This is just some, some, of the stuff from just the smaller pocket.
This doesn’t include all the other stuff from the big pocket or the camera gear on my waist.
We pack too much crap.
The Virgin River
So I solved one problem with my web layout last night, a sizing issue with images on the home page, and now I have another. The big white space below some posts. I’m working these things out, as I have time, but it’s coming along.
Extra testing info
The photo is from the way back machine, but the info is for tonight, and tonight only.
The Strange Tree Group is putting up The Lost Love Trunk Show, tonight only. I don’t know all the details but when I’ve seen this shows previous years there are a number of good short plays mixed in with a night of good people. (I think six shows this year.)
If I was in Chicago I would, without a doubt, be there. If you’re in Chicago, you should check it out.
So I orginally threw this up because I needed a vertical for some testing and this was the first one I saw. I thought I had posted it before, but apparently I was wrong, at least that’s what Erin tells me.
So, it’s now been re-titled and I would like to present, Caroline, playing the sax, which is what she does a lot of.
See Stacy, and all the members of Chicago Tap Theatre perform in early March, more info here.