Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Woofless Wednesday - bird song, toys, long grass and daisies!

 
 
 
 
 
 

8 comments:

STELLA and RORY from Down Under said...

Howdy Riley and Enzo, we don't know why, but bitey face always ends up with zoomies too hehehe. Great video mates. No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

Mitch and Molly said...

That fun craziness goes on at our house too, guys!

Love ya lots,
Mitch and Molly

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

WOW THAT is a FUN video. VERY exciting to watch.

MAXMOM IN SOUTH AFRICA said...

There is nothing more relaxing than watching two contented Golden Retrievers playing and mouthing together. And then, when one of them, launches into frenzied 'zoomies', it brings a smile to all of our faces.
Lovely video and so nice to finally see the two of them in action. I enjoyed the birdsong too :) Thank you for taking the time to upload and post the video.
sending lotsaluv
MAXMOM IN SA

Sam said...

It's always nice to have someone to wrestle with!

Sam

Dexter said...

Hey Riley! I follow blogs on google by putting the address in my google reader. Not sure how else, but I did find a "follow by email" gadget that I put in my sidebar. Hope that works for you.

Kisses,
Dexter

Bouncing Bertie said...

Just wanted to thank you for your very thoughtful, helpful and insightful comment on Bertie's latest blog post. You have understood the situation so clearly, especially my need for Bertie's presence too.

Oh and what a lovely video of Riley and Enzo playing. I am showing it to Bertie as a perfect lesson in how to 'Play Nicely'!

Cheers,
Gail.

Bouncing Bertie said...

Riley + Mom
Re your comment today. I too saw that NT production of Wind in the Willows when living in London in the early nineties. I took my godson and his sister for a Christmas treat and we all absolutely loved it. (At the end, one of the kids sighed and said to me "oh I wish it would have never come to an end!" possibly the most satisfying Christmas present I have ever managed to give a child.)
Hope all's well in badger free NZ!
Cheers,
Gail.