Monday, February 18, 2008

Another Rockin' Day At The Beach

So who cares that the sun wasn't out...we hit the beach any way, and since daddy didn't have to work this afternoon, he joined in on the fun.
Look at Trixie...she can fly!
OoRah is too sexy for this beach.
Uh oh...She Devil Trixie emerges.
Another satisfying day at the beach.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Happy Valentine's Day

We celebrate Valentine's Day everyday at our shortage of love here...just look at Trixie's eyes...she is drunk on love. But with that said, we want to wish everyone an extra special love day this Valentine's Day. Our Grandmama Baldwin sent us each a cool toy for Valentine's Day. Grandmama Baldwin is the best grandmama a dog could have...we are so lucky. Also on this Valentine's Eve, we got to see our bestest Auntie was a surprise visit and didn't have our camera handy, but nonetheless, it was great seeing her. We haven't seen Auntie Debbie since she moved to Escondido in December. Needless to say in addition to momma's big dose of daily love that we get on a continual basis, today we got an extra dose from our fav people.

PS - Trixie would like to send some Valentine love to her man Cooper the Great Dane and Sorcia. OoRah wants to send some Valentine love to his girl Lavinya.

Saturday, February 9, 2008


The on-set of warm weather turned Trixie into She-Devil while at the beach. Looks like Trixie is doing some acrobatic Kung Fu moves...Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.
Trixie was relentless. Now that's gotta hurt!

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Save Trestles

The State Coastal Commission late Wednesday night denied approval of the Foothill South toll road. The 8-2 decision came after a 14-hour hearing at the Del Mar Fairgrounds at which more than 2,000 supporters and opponents gathered, chanting and carrying signs. They were trying to get approval of a 16-mile road that would extend the 241 toll road through San Onofre State Beach park (Trestles), habitat for a variety of threatened and endangered species, and pass within a few hundred feet of a popular campground.
Last weekend Aunti Kellie and Cousin Lance stood on Pico Ave and protested. They are holding up the big ass red surf board. Aunti Kellie also attended the State Coastal Commission hearing.
Good job Kellie and Lance!!!! No Toll Road!!!