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06 July 2006

WHAT WE DID ON THE FOURTH/UP AND A WAY!! WOOF!

We spent the Fourth of July watchin' great fireworks. The Shuttle Discovery on NASA TV. Reeeeally coooool! There were all kinds of neato things goin' on.


Is that bird poop?


I think I see bird poop.


Are you guys gonna get the poop?


Don't forget the bird poop!


Did anyone get the poop?


I hope someone got the bird po...
WOW! That's cooool! Dog speed, Discovery.


After Discovery got pushed up into the sky, Dad heard that David McCullough was gonna be discussin' his book 1776 on NPR's Talk of the Nation program. Dad wanted to ask him about the signin' of the Declaration of Independence and stuff and settle things once and for all. (Remember how my secretary was ravin' about the Fourth the other day?) So he sent in his email and WOW!, they read it on the program. If you want to hear the interview, Dad's questions and Mr. McCullough's answers and learn the reason we celebrate on the Fourth of July go to NPR : David McCullough Revisits '1776'. Scroll to about 12:30 on the time slide.

That was sooooooo cooooool! Ruff! Ruff! Thank you Mr. Neal Conan for readin' the email and Mr. McCullough for helpin' Dad out. He kinda understands now. Whew! (Hope he remembers!!)

Dad now thinks he reeeeeeally somethin'. HA! He's still pickin' up my poop! I wonder if they got that bird poop? What? Ooohh....

8 comments:

Charlie said...

My Mom thinks Neal Conan and Talk of the Nation are the greatest! That's so cool that he answered your dad's question.

- C

Freda said...

Hey Charlie,

Neal Conan (the Barabrian?) has such great topics on his program. Yes, it was nice havin' Dad's questions answered but now he has such a BIG head it is causin' problems. His head is like a big sail and when I take him for a walk it is bein' whipped all over the place by the fast air around here. Arf! Arf!

Woof!

Freda

IndyPindy said...

Hey Freda!

Since you have so many online friends, would you mind linking to the foster dogs blog that my mom started? We are hoping that this will get more attention for dogs looking for their forever homes!

http://www.fosterdogsblog.blogspot.com/

Thanks!
Indy

Turbo the Sibe said...

Yeah, I was thinking Neal Conan (the Barbarian), too!

Freda said...

Hey Indy,

Done! Great idea. You and your humans are doin' a great thing helpin' our unfortunate buddies find their forever homes. Good on ya mate!

I can't believe that Meeko is still lookin'!

Woof!

Freda

Freda said...

Hey Tubey,

Great minds think alike. Right? Our guv, Ahnold, made me bark that. Arf! Arf!

Woof!

Freda

Cal the Wonderdog said...

Cool blast off and space cam; we watched a bit of that, it was great!

Hey, my human read 1776 and thought it was the greatest book ever. I listened - dog, that guy sure can write!

Cal

Freda said...

Hey Cal,

I wonder if Mr. McCullough actually was there and took reeeeally good notes. He is soooo gooood. I could follow his voice anywhere!

Today, 7 July, is his birthday. Just like Ringo. Check out this site to see what he has done filmwise:
http://us.imdb.com/name/
nm0567184/


Woof!

Freda