They Hate it Here

August 23, 2010

They Hate it Here

August 23, 2010

Awww... Look at this face!

"Sigh."
He's so depressed. It's like torture being here.

Let me explain:  He and She don't so much hate it here in Switzerland as they hate not being there (see below), at the lake just behind them, where all the action is.  At the lake there are lots of doggie smells and food smells and people who love to say hello to them.

"Awe Mom, I know we just got back from an hour and a half exploring the fresh pastery smells in Morges, but lets go again!"
"Ya like, this back yard is delightful, but it doesn't have the Movenpick Ice Cream dude, or the trolly or the hissing swans. Like how are we supposed to entertain ourselves here?"

"Hey I think I smell fresh pastery being pulled out of the oven. Dang it, lets go!"

The dogs are wearing their long lines for the back yard because the fence hasn't been installed yet. And though they are off-leash obedient, one side of the yard has a very busy road with too much traffic to be comfortable with their safety. So the long lines it is until we get our yard fenced. We'll have two areas, one for the dogs relief area and the main back area for people.

We couldn't have chosen a better location. We can leave our house and head up to the farms, vinyards and orchards on miles and miles of walking paths, where they get to meet all sorts of farm animals, or we can head toward the lake where there are hundreds of cooking smells, views of the Alps, city dogs and more. We'll have tons of walking tours for you in the weeks to come. For now, enjoy our back yard view of the lake:

"View, Schmiew Mom.  Lets go be the action!"

Seriously though, they love their back yard too. They just can't wait to run in it.

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12 comments on “They Hate it Here”

  1. Hey! I bet even the humans are a little disoriented. It is all so new! But you are together and that must feel great.

    Slobbers
    Mango

  2. Wooos! I have missed so much since I have been gone a couple of weeks. Boy would I be mad if i had to be tied up in the backyard with my pool a little ways away, so I feel woo pain. Hopefully there will be the fence soon, now, no climbing it Jjuno! (i tried that when I was young, made a wonderful run fur it too, was caught 3 hours later)
    I hope woo all are safe and happy in your new home and did not mind the flight over too much!
    ~husky kisses~
    -Kira The BeaWootiful

  3. I see MY tree -

    I'll be there 'soon' -

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra
    PeeEssWoo: I mean, just imagine Juno and Khyra strolling together ;=)

  4. such a rough life you two have! I hope the fence won't block your view. I live by a busy road and although Moose would never stay in the yard, even if he would I don't think I would risk it either. I am so happy you guys found such an awesome place! I know it must have been hard work so it is nice to see it has worked out!

  5. What a great place! Just like bipeds to go ruin it with giant "Leashes of Oppression", eh?

  6. I don't know how you're doing all this. I have jet lag just from reading about it!

    But I love it!! Can't wait to see what's coming up next! 🙂

  7. Oh yeah. You totally look like you hate it there. So much so that Abby and I would like to come visit so that we can hate it with you... 🙂

    *kissey face*
    -Fiona and Abby the Mutant Puppy

  8. LOL I thought the hedge was an overgrown fence. It's a very pretty yard. I bet you're dying to get the fence up.

    I can't wait to see more of your tours and to see the farm animals. 🙂

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