It took 3.5 seconds for Loki and Juno to recognize the TravelMarx. When I opened the door to let the dogs in to greet them, Marc leaned down half way to pet Juno, she lept in the air and met him half way, planting a Siberian kiss smack on his face. It made me melt. Juno's not a huggy-kissy dog with people. She must really love these guys.
"Hello Marx! Wow! We sure missed you! I need to give you a Formosan kiss."
"Ha-ha Big Boy. I already got dibs for first welcome kiss. While you were yammerin' I was kissin!"
"Oh the memories of our tug games! Yup, these are the same dudes we tugged with last year."
(Note the green grass in the background. Tomorrow's photos will show a big difference!)
"Big Boy, you're not the only one around here who can tug. Hand that squirrel over."
"Princess, I never give up. I never surrender. "
Stay tuned tomorrow for their first snow!
Nothing like a Siberian greeting to say welcome. And who wins the tug of war between Juno and Loki?
How khool 'the visitors' received such a wet greeting!
Heehee! We love saying hi to visitors - even if they don't always want to say hi to us! (Note from Mom: not entirely true anymore - they are getting better, although the UPS man seems to move REALLY fast when he comes on the property...) First snow? Ever? This should be great!!!
-Fiona and Abby the Hippobottomus
Looks like they are totally loving their company! 🙂
Wow I need to find friends like yours. They even play tugowar with you. Hmmm... note to self for christmas list.
PS- mom loves your furniture AND I can't wait to see the white exterior.
Now those are some happy dogs! You'd better make sure you still have both of them when those guys get their suitcases loaded at the end of the visit. It's so nice to meet people who love your dogs as much as you do!
Dogs never forget those who treat them well - no big surprise here - the Marx are best friends to those pups.
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara