check out Britte's twiddle feet!
When we weren't out carousing in the streets, eating fabulous meals or sunbathing at the beach, we did spend some time enjoying the lovely accommodations at our beach house.
One of which was a somewhat comprehensive a/v package.
One of the first attempts at viewing turned out to be somewhat of a challenge.
Grammy was trying to check out the latest episode of Say Yes to the Dress, and was having a hard time with the remote. I think everyone had tried to figure it out, when Dad decided to try his hand at it.
Allow me to paint a more detailed picture for your minds eye...
Grammy Grampy, Mom, Dad, Auntie & Uncle milling about getting ready for their day, when across the screen flashes something like this...
Only, there was an announcement on the screen for the upcoming feature titled....
"Drilling MILF Holes"
Now, I am not exactly sure what a MILF hole is, or what it takes to drill one, but apparently, it isn't something you want to do around your parents and siblings.
I say this because all of a sudden Dad had flung himself onto the couch in a hysterical fit of laughter and there were a whole lot of OMGs!!!! and Holy craps being exclaimed.
I'm pretty sure it was funny though because everyone was turning red and laughing like hyenas.
This next picture is for my girls. See, I am allowing Sluggo to post a picture for the Fire Hydrant Fellows that he is all proud of, so we need a check and balance system here.
We went to the Provincetown Bark Park one morning for a run around. It is a really cool park that was created through the kindness of the locals and local business and is run totally through donations. If I lived there I would plant some more trees though. If you don't get there early, it can be hot. I think it probably gets a lot more use during the cooler months as most of the dogs I saw were on the beach.
Nevertheless, we had a great time.
Here is an example of the signage at the park for the big and little dog area. See that pug, cute huh? Me and Mom went into the gallery where the artist's work is. She was not there at the time, but the lady we talked to said that she has a gaggle of rescued pugs herself. We looked at examples of her work done from photos. They are beautiful. We discussed commissioning pieces for me and the other two. They start at 750.00 for a 12"x12". Not sure if there are enough green papers in the kibble jar for that. Maybe if we win the lottery!
Dad says it looks like Brigitte is sending me to the brig, but I was only hopping up to follow the advice on the plaque.
you may have to biggify to read
OK, OK Sluggo! Your picture is next. Geesh!
There were lots and lots of engraved bricks all around the park. Sluggo was so excited to find this one, he posed for a picture for his boys.
Here are a few more I liked...
There was a nice area for people to sit and remember their friends at the rainbow bridge too.
we will try and finish up sharing vacation adventures this week. Mom is about to embark on a stretch of double that will put the glorious days at the beach far into her memory!