With the sun now setting depressingly early in the afternoon, we were able to get Scraps and Rags to the dog park before it got too dark. They haven’t been to the dog park for almost a month as their schedules have kept them busy. When they got there they saw their old friend Chester in the small dog park. We all then headed to the large dog park where larger dogs playing “ruff.” I did get a few dark photos and even a video from my new iPhone4S so check them out if you want.
A sunny Saturday afternoon at Morris County’s Central Park dog park welcomed Scraps and Rags and a whole host of other dogs, big and small. The beautiful weather really brings out the dogs and they all seemed to have a good time. Scraps and Rags were able to meet their across the street neighbor, Cloe who Rags barks at on the street so they never had a real chance to meet in peace. It hardly mattered, Rags still barked at her in the dog park but they were a little more friendly to each other. Trace was the cool Jack Russell that like to elevate.
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This was the weekend we changed the clocks back so it we knew it was going to get late early. Scraps and Rags therefore headed to the dog park around 11:30 so not to experience that depressing early darkening that today brings. In addition and more importantly, the Giants had the 4:00 p.m. game so we had to get our dog park fun in early. Giants kicked some Seahawk butt, by the way, and spared their quarterback for some reason.
Once again, today was a beautiful fall day. It was cool but the bright sun kept everyone warm and happy. This brought the dogs out as the dog park was crowded, proving once again how successful this dog park is and what a great resource it is four us and our dogs.
Scraps and Rags first went to the small dog park as there were a dozen or so small ones running about. Sebastian, Rory, GracieWhite and others played and wrestled and had a great time. That Rory has a lot of energy. We met a little dog named Gizmo, she was the only new dog’s name I recall so let’s welcome her to the blog and it’s Tag filter feature.
We then went to the big dog park and there was still a little color in the trees but the dogs were the real stars of the day. Lots of cool new dogs in the big dog park, running in the sun and also wrestling. We finished our visit at 1:20 and headed home. Enjoy these sunny daytime photos as the week ahead only provides a closed dog park after the days early darkness. Is Spring here yet?
Scraps and Rags got arrived at 12:00 noon on this beautiful Saturday. Some of autumn’s color were still shining through. It made a nice back drop for the day’s activities and photographs. There were a lot of cars and dogs at the park when we arrived. There were a whole bunch of small ones and and big bunch of big ones so we headed to the small dog park first. There were lots of couples fighting and frolicking which sometimes crossed paths and joined into mass circling. Was a lot of fun in that small dog park.
There was much of the same in the large dog park. We only stayed until 12:55 but we saw a lot of new dogs. The only one I got the name of was Sadie, the grey Weisenheimer, as she flew in front of the camera just right so I could read her blue name tag, so we welcome Sadie to the blog.
It was a nice comfortable day, there were a lot of dogs playing and having fun and the sun was shining. This made for a lot of nice pictures so check them all out.