We pass by the Sugar Land airport along the way as some private jets fuel up at predawn.
It doesn't take my girls long to dive in the water once we are there. I almost joined them. The mosquitoes were sooooooo bad when we first arrived just before the sun come up. My legs were covered. It was torture! I ask others that were there at that time if they had been bothered and they'd say "no not really". What gives? What can I say? Mosquitoes and bees are always attracted to me. I guess because we had had thunderstorms the night before but I had never had a problem early in the morning of all the times we've been there.
Enough about poor, poor pitiful you and your bites. Throw the darn ball!
My Lucy poses for me.
My little water buffaloes do love the water. Their hair is always so soft after swimming. Even after a quick shower before leaving. Do you think that blue dye in the water is actually conditioner?
Millie Bush offers two large ponds as opposed to the small one at Pawm Springs Dog park here in Sugar Land.
It's so strange to see Sable as the most successful one getting the ball most every time now. For almost a year, when I first started taking them to the park Sable would only stand at the water's edge and wait for Lucy to come back with the ball then Lucy would pass it off to her. One day I was looking off and then I noticed Sable out in the middle with Lucy. I was shocked! Of course, I didn't have my camera that day.
Unfortunately, my girls are limping a bit after about 25 times of retrieving the ball and running back around the pond to me. But I guess they would stay for hours before finally resting if I didn't leave.