A Cozy Night In.

After a long and gloomy day at the lake, a cozy night in was just what I needed. Mimi, Kiki, Sarah, and I cuddled up for sangrias, baseball, and a friendly game of Scrabble.

The evening started off with a game of Scrabble. I spelled the word "Zarf", for 48 points! (it's a metal cup to hold coffee? - thanks, Scrabble Dictionary).

Om nom nom... homemade sangria.

I sipped my sangria couch-side during the Giants game.

Mimi made a cobb salad for dinner... unfortunately, no carrots.

Do you think my bunny butt is as nice as Zito's? Oh, and Giants win, 6 to 3.

I REALLY Love Lucy.

Today was the final regional class. Lucy was good. Mimi was good. They were good together… bringin’ home the roses!

Mimi and Lucy heading to the warmup arena before their class.

Waiting for Mimi and Lucy to enter the show ring.

Here they are!

I'm watching the ringmaster put the roses on Lucy.

Number One.

Lucy was such a good girl after her class, Mimi let me give her a carrot.

I think Lucy got tired of me pretty quick... must have invaded her personal horse bubble or something.

But in the end, she gave me a big kiss before she got on the trailer to head back to AZ.

This is the man who hauls her alllll the way back home. His name is Mike. He promised to take good care of Lucy.

Velkommen!

“Velkommen!” Mimi, Kiki, and I hit the road this morning for a horse show in Santa Barbara. We stopped along the way in Solvang, which is the first established Danish community in America. My Great Grandmother, Aggie Poulsen, was from Denmark. I’d like to share my Danish experience with you!

My arrival.

The most delicious bakery.

Checkin' out all the goods inside.

Here I am on Copenhagen Street. Granny Aggie would be so happy.

An authentic windmill!

The town Mayor gave me these sweet kicks. Clogs are all the rage.

This is my friend, Olaf.

The whole town made me an honorary Dane for the day. "Goddag!"

Uncle Rich.

We said our goodbyes to Benny this morning, and headed back into Oregon, to visit my Mommy’s Uncle Rich in Eugene. We spent one night there to break up the driving time, and then headed back on down to the cabin.

Uncle Rich's house was really neat.

A really pretty railroad to near Uncle RIch's house.

I had to make a pit stop on the way back to the cabin.

My Mommy says always use a seat cover.

Sampled a few cherries in Grass Valley. Almost back to the lake!

We arrived at the cabin around 6pm... went straight to bed. I was so tired from all of my adventures, but wanted to catch up on my latest read.

Public Market.

Day two in Seattle was really exciting. I made lots of new friends around the city, and even went on stage at a concert downtown.

These are a few of the new friends I made. The green one didn't speak English too well.

Jaws took me for a ride.

At the Pike Place Market.

I saw hundreds of flowers bundled up for sale.

I made even MORE friends at a honey stand. Can't wait to tell Bear that I met his distant cousins.

This is me with one of the fishmongers who throws the fish around to entertain the customers...

... he fed me to the crabs! Not so funny for Bunny.

I learned how to make cheese curds.

I saw Trombone Shorty play.

This was the best part of my day... the whole band invited me up on stage!

I went home with some delicious goodies.