Sunday morning we headed out from the hotel on a whole new adventure. This time there were six of us! A true clown car. Off to the Big City! New York City!
The weather was not cooperating when we rolled up onto the pug partay in Washington Square Park. I stole the term rolled up from Sid's blog Pug Slope.
You absolutely must dlick on the link to his blog post on 1000 Pugs above. They got such an awesome shot of what it looked like when we exploded onto the scene!
Unfortunately Sid and The Urban Hounds were on the first shift Sunday, so we didn't get to visit. But in all fairness, I was none too psyched to be getting my delicate paws we,t while having to wear the most un-flattering raincoat, myself!
Just as gracious as the day before, Pug greeted us when we arrived.
Scarty was there again, which we were totally thrilled about.
Before long, the humans got smart and brought us all over to the dog run, where we could really get the party started, off leash! Isabelle, Petunia and Tallulah loved the place!! Especially those sisters Petunia and Tallulah. They pretty much ran the park.
That was until their Mom took a little walk with out them...
Marshmallow was there too. This time he brought Mochi and Macho . Unfortunately, we don't have a good picture of the three of them together.
But we do have a picture of Marshy in a time out!
True story, he had to be quoned because he was giving the business to some poor unsuspecting pug.
|That is poor Mochi in the cone of shame. Poor thing has the darn itchies!|
I haven't even gotten to the best part of the day yet! Are you ready?
Payton's Mom and Dad were there!!!!
Can you believe it?! We were so happy to finally meet them. They were on the last leg of their Payton Memorial Tour. They are just the nicest humans ever! Puglet really took a shine to Payton's Daddy.
I am going to slip in a few pictures from a couple of weeks ago when we got a surprise package from them.
|me with my special sunflower|
|Brigitte with her very own lambie|
|Sluggo, with a lambie of his own too.|
I can't even begin to tell you how deeply touched we are by these wonderful gifts.
We will cherish them always.
We will cherish them always.
|we miss you Payton|
Here is a picture of all of us (we and The Southern Fried Pugs) with our Mommies and Payton's Mom.
We got to meet lots of other cute pugs, and once the rain slowed down, even some partial and non pugs!
|Pumpkin giving love to Christy.|
|Brigitte greets a big dog. She loves big dogs!|
|Me and Moxie|
|Pixel. She never stopped running practically the whole time!|
|Me and B check out a beefy puggle|
|Nobody was quite sure what to think about this guy!|
|Poor Pug, about to get mounted by his cousin Sophie! Again.|
|Sluggo was shopping for new parents. These ones had a little girl who reminded us of Ellie.|
|He was really making a case for himself to go home with Marshy, Mochi and Macho.|
|In the end, he knew he could never leave his Mommy.|
I know this post is heavy in the photos, but I have one more to show you...
Pug, on the top of the pug-pile vying for Nikon's attention. Or was it that bag of venison liver around her waist? Either way, we had a great weekend, and we can't wait to see the book with all 1000 pugs!