This week I traveled to Riffle, Colorado which is a beautiful town in the mountains. I felt rejuvenated by the cool mountain air. We performed shows in Carbondale, Glenwood Springs, New Castle, Silt, Parachute, and Riffle. The audiences were large, enthusiastic, and fun. I love it when an audience enjoys my tricks.
Our hotel in Riffle was right next to a running path so every morning my upright, Denise, took me for an invigorating run or walk. Then I’d nap while she beautified herself for our shows (She takes a long time). Fortunately, she doesn’t have to do too much for me except brush my fur and teeth. Then we’d travel to the library and perform. In this show, I’m Super Dog and I rescue sheep from a wily wolf! I am also supposed to rescue a kitty from a fire, but I refuse to save her. I’d much rather chew on kitty, slobber on kitty, and sometimes even squash kitty!
I enjoyed visiting Riffle Falls State Park. The waterfall really does create an oasis of greenery. Water sprayed my fur while the scent of raccoons, birds, and squirrels titillated my nose. I couldn’t stop sniffing the air and grass! We hiked in the park and found a shady spot perfect for relaxing in the beautiful Colorado outdoors.
I was sad to leave Riffle and hope to travel back there one day.
In last week’s, blog, I asked the question, “How many times a week does my upright brush my fur?” Virginia and Zoe answered the question correctly. They commented, “Every day!” Good job, Zoe. I’ll send you a picture soon!
Here’s the next question, “Why is it important to exercise your dog even if you have a backyard for them?” The first person to respond correctly will receive an autographed picture of my beautiful furry face!
Sienna, The Smartest Border Collie!
I'm a red and white Border Collie. I love performing with my upright, Denise Gard. I call all humans uprights, just so you know! This blog will detail all of my adventures and contain some useful dog tips for all dog lovers!