Friday was THE day for meeting and greeting both old and new friends. We all
shared some wonderful snacks, Mojitos, stories, and of course, the dogs! Late in
the day we walked into town for lunch at The Landings Restaurant...go to "Ladies
Doing Lunch" for the pictures.
|It was amazing, no matter where we went we attracted stares
and questions of "Are we a Club?", Nope, a cult! was the fun
answer we gave...When asked "What Kind of Dog are They?" the
conversation went like this...
Jamie, Vicky, Sherry, Susan A, Barbara trying to hold the dogs on this
wonderful rock we found near the Inn.
|Stranger on the street: Oh they are gorgeous.. so many white
dogs... what kind of dog are they?
Answer: they are a Coton/Cotawn de Tulear/Tuleair
Stranger on the street: a WHAT???? once we actually did get "a
A man in his car stopped on the road, grabbed his cell camera and took
a picture as we paraded down the street. A woman crossed the road to
settle an argument with her lunch companions to find out what kind of dogs
they were... it was quite a lot of fun! We did have to educate the people
as to how to pet the dogs, not in circles, please, just straight back,
thank you. And we had to educate them as to the fact that they are NOT a
Maltese, Llasa Apso, Shitzu, Bichon but are related to several breeds,
The majority of the storekeepers were dog friendly and there were water
bowls outside for all the dogs we saw walking the streets with their
owners. There are 3 Dog Boutiques in town. And one over in Lambertville
that we found as well.
Evening activities included grooming the fall leaves and debris off the
dogs..Jamie, Margaret grooming, Vicky and Barbara on the couch, Moki in
front of Vicky.
Can you guess who this is????
I'll give you a clue... her name doesn't start with a 'B'!
There were gift bags
from Valerie and Jamie, and Susan and Nedda, and keychains from Sherry, and
Bellybands and collars from Susan A., and here is Bailey helping himself to
whatever is inside this one.