Our backyard photo journal - a collection of pictures of Skippy and the plants and flowers in our backyard. Also pictures from Skippy's walks & stories of his therapy work. Skippy is working hard at learning to be a Therapy Dog.

Monday, June 16, 2008

evening swim

evening swim

It was a bit muddy at low tide on the Ipswich River, but Skippy always likes a nice swim.

11 Comments:

Anonymous joyce said...

i am so enjoying yr blog, ive been doing container gardnening and just got a plot at endicott park in danvers , community garden,,,i notice you are in ipswich which makes yr blogging even more inviting for me,,,,,,,,joyce

3:46 AM

 
Blogger kathy said...

Hi Joyce. My gardens are in Belmont, but we LOVE to visit Ipswich now and then. Belmont is not too far from Danvers. By the way I grew up in Topsfield - even closer. Have fun with your new plot!

3:41 PM

 
Anonymous home exchange said...

This is definitely a cool photo. It's very atmospheric. I like how the dark colour of the dog makes it really stand out as a block shape against the sea. Very moody, very cool.

10:17 AM

 
Anonymous EFT Video said...

Skippy sure loves the water! I bet he's a good swimmer too.

7:34 PM

 
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Mud is okay. That's what the water is there for!
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Blogger shane said...

Hi skippy., I bet you're a good swimmer too.,

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Anonymous thehappypets.com said...

I like your dog's, name: Skippy, like the peanut butter :) and it seems that Skippy is sticky, too, from exploring the muddy river bank.

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