Saturday, May 23, 2009

A New Adventure

I took my girls to the San Jacinto Monument and Battlegrounds State Park this week. It was a lovely day and one of our last cool days with low humidity which we all love.
The San Jacinto Monument is quite beautiful against a clear blue sky. Surprisingly, there weren't many people there in the middle of the week. Perhaps more will visit after schools are out.

The Battleship Texas is open for tours daily. Sadly, no dogs allowed.


Lucy and Sable loved being at waters edge but didn't know what to think of the reeds they had to make their way through. They didn't seem to notice the Fred Hartman Bridge that spans the Houston Ship Channel in the distance either. Oh well. They had a great time but had to have a bath when we got home after several brushings to get all the burrs out of their hair. We hope you have some fun adventures this holiday weekend and summer.



6 comments:

Suzuki said...

Hi guys!
I'm just stopping by to let you know that Scooby & Lady have set a date fur their wedding. Stop by my blog to see how to RSVP if you would like to attend.
Big licks to you
Suzuki
xxx

Rufus, Indie (and Anita) said...

What a great day! Your photo is pawsome!
Kisses
Rufus and Indie

Life With Dogs said...

Just missed the swim! An almost perfect day :)

Paco....Milo and mom..Simona said...

Woowowowooooo...what a great day you had sweet girls!!!
We loved your photos....
and we agree with your dad.....
clean our cars and leave all togheter for lots of exciting trip around the world!!!!!!
We'll be honored to have fun with you!!!!!
you 2 are very very very gorgeous girls!!!!
We love you sooooooooooooooo much!!!
Wish were with you always!!!!!!!!!!
Kisses and licks!!!!
SMACKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!!!!!!

Thor said...

Hi Girls!
What a wonderful day you had! Those pictures are very beautiful and the sky looks so clean and blue!
Thanks for sharing one more adventure.

xoxo,
Thor

"Tommy" said...

I've been across that bridge, did some consulting couple of years ago at a TDC unit close to there.