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Wordless Wednesday

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Today we're joining in with Blogpaws on their Wordless Wednesday blog hop!

From scruff to fluff

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In preparation for the upcoming holiday Wesley went to go visit Aggie, his groomer, yesterday. 

Before, he was my scruffy and adorable little poodle dude:




But now he's my FLUFFY and adorable little poodle dude!



Hehe! I just love seeing his little poodle feet, and his long fluffy ears! 

Black and White Sunday

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Today we're joining in on the Black and White Sunday blog hop, as always hosted by the wonderful ladies  Dachshund Nola  and Sugar the Golden Retriever.

Wordless Wednesday

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Today we're joining in with Blogpaws and the Wordless Wednesday blog hop.

What Wesley Did: Day One

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We arrived at the shore early Friday morning. We left from northern NJ at something like 4am so we could arrive at around 7-ish and have three full days. Chris drove, I sort of semi-slept and Wesley spent the ride comatose in my lap. If there is one thing this dog does, it's travel well; He just sleeps the whole time.
So we get there, get our stuff in and out to the beach Wesley and I go (Chris stayed in and crashed out after the drive for awhile.)!
First thing on Wesley's list of things to do at the beach?
Pee on all the things.

Thing he forgot to do while looking for more things to pee on and smelling all the smells? 
Watch for the incoming ocean water.



It didn't take him to long to find a lone seagull to chase after.

It was pretty windy that day, so he took some time to enjoy the feeling of it on his face. Behind him to the left you can see the Wildwood boardwalk.

We went back inside for awhile after about an hour to check in with Chris. I brought along his favorite Sk…

A Tour

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If you saw my post on Sunday, you know that Wesley, Chris and I all headed down this past weekend to one of our favorite get-aways. This get-away is at Wildwood Crest, NJ...smack between the Wildwood of boardwalk fame and Cape May, Nj. The 'apartment' we stay in is co-owned by Chris' parents and another family who they are close with. 
During the summer they rent the unit out to families vacationing, and so during the summer season it's pretty much always in use. 
During the off-season it's usually up for grabs. Both Chris and I find the off season to be much more appealing as, while you can't really swim (unless you like that polar bear type swimming!), you pretty much have the place to yourself.
I took pictures of the unit this go around to show, because I really just LOVE it. Donna, Chris mother, has a talent in interior design as well as dentistry! lol
When you first walk in you see the living area straight ahead. To the further right is a closet and small…

Black and White Sunday

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Hello all! Today we're joining in with the gorgeous Dachshund Nola and Sugar the Golden Retriever for their Black and White Sunday blog hop!

Wesley, Chris and I had a three-day mini-vacation this weekend down at the shore. Chris snapped this picture of me and Wesley hanging out by the water.


Hiking in the Gap

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Not to far from our stomping grounds is the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. It's a really pretty area, and I've driving through it numerous times in my life. I've always said that I wanted to do some of the hiking trails that wind throughout the area, and today seemed like a good day.

Our little hiking party consisted of myself, Wesley and Chris.







The blue dot trail was VERY uphill. 
Unsurprising...considering it was us climbing the mountain!



Of course...Wesley made sure to leave plenty of pee-mail all along as we went.


When we realized we were finally hitting the top and it was almost time to start heading back down! WOOHOO! Treeline!

This was the view from the top of the mountain. That's the Delaware river there on the right, and on the other side of the river is Pennsylvania.

A picture of me and Wesley at the top. I took the picture just above from where we are sitting in the picture below...Chris refused to get any closer. lol


Another view-point. Again …