Sunday, January 17, 2010

Formal(ish) Introductions: Part 1- Tucson and Breakfast Man

It has been so fun to get to know all kinds of new friends from around the world since I started blogging!  What wonderful peeps and dogs we have met.  "Hello!" to all of our new friends!
Since we are getting to know each other I thought it would be fun for you to know a little more about my peeps.


















Where we live:
Breakfast Man and Lovie Lady (more on her later) live in Tucson, Arizona, USA. 
We love it in Tucson because about 10 minutes from our house we get to hike here:















Tucson is located in the Sonoran Desert and gets really, really hot in the summer.  Those tall things in the picture are called Saguaros and have big thorns on them so you really shouldn't do this:
"Why do your crazy peeps live there if it gets so hot?", you ask.  Well, because both of these pictures were taken in December.  (Just had to rub it in a bit for my friends like Byron who are living in the snow right now. Hi Byron! Stay warm!)   October through May is so pretty here.  It rarely gets below freezing and we get to play outside all spring, fall and winter. It's prefect for hiking, biking, climbing, flying (more on this to come), games of fetch- just about anything! During June, July and August and sometimes September we don't go outside unless we are wet or travel somewhere else. We spend most all of our time in the air conditioning or in the pool. 
In Tucson there are a lot of people who live here in the winter and somewhere else in the summer. We call them "Snowbirds", aka: The smartest people ever.  Someday the peeps hope to be smart.

A little more about Breakfast man (BM):
BM does bring home the bacon (yum...bacon...), but if he could, he would spend all of his time doing this:
Flying Uncle J's Glider in the middle of nowhere, aka: El Tiro Gliderport.I think you get the point.  He kinda loves to be up in the air in those silver birds and to borrow stuff from Uncle J. He taught me how to fly too! Here we are at my first lesson, age 12 weeks.     
 

I loved it!  I go everywhere I can with him, and we have had some fantastic adventures.
When BM and I aren't flying around in the middle of nowhere we are building our own RV-8 together.
         
When it's done it will look something like this:
Cousin J built that one himself and we all think he did a great job.  LL thinks it's super pretty, but I think it could use a bit more fur in it.  I'll have to work on that.
I am super- lucky to have such a great peep.  He is my very best friend.



Next up... Lovie Lady and Mr. Peanut. 

14 comments:

  1. Very nice to meet you! Howdy from Vermont. :)

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  2. Hi !! We are almost neighbors ! We're from Colorado and while my mom isn't brand new to blogging, I am !! I'm so glad I found your blog !!

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  3. What a nice intro! You guys live interesting lives!

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  4. Great to hear some more about your wonderful life in the warm climate. Brrrr, maybe I could come and visit you. I could bring you some icicles to chew on.
    My Mom and Dad hope to be smart (snowbirds) one day too.

    Lick and slobbers,
    Byron

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  5. Shhh - don't tell them that it has been cold here lately - especially in the mornings! :)

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  6. Where was the last picture taken? The one with the water!!

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  7. That last picture was taken in the Sedona area, Beaver Creek. Good eye Jack! Water + Tucson = fat chance! =)

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  8. We enjoyed our visit to your great doggie bloggie!
    We've been camping in AZ several times!
    Licks and sniffs,
    Zack, Sassy and Buddy

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  9. Jack and I've been up to Reddington Pass where there was a little water. I'm hoping that the snow will help the situation some this spring!

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  10. Woof! Woof! Good to meet you Breakfast Man. COOL Airplanes ... My family and I regularly visits Arizona (most Scottsdale) ... We plan to visit Tucson soon. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  11. Woof! Woof! It's ME again Sugar. Happy Friday! I have a Hi Five Award for you on my blog. Great to be blog friends. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  12. Awwwwwwwwwwww.....
    What a great great family you're!!!!!
    Nice to meet you!!!!!!!!!!
    We're 3 goldens siblings from Italy!!!!!!!
    We're glad to find your blog ...and our dad is a Glide driver too!!!!!!!
    He would love come over ther and fly with your dad!!!!!!!!!
    Maybe in the future!!!!!!!!!!!
    Our humans visited San Diego last year to meet some of our bloggies friends....
    Next time they could visit Tucson...seeing your wonderful ohotos it seems a wonderful place to visit and live!!!!
    Hope to hear from you on our blog if you'd like!!!!!!!!!!!
    Great to be blog friends and we love to have new friends!!!!
    HAve awonderful day....here is very late so we'll go to sleep!!!!!
    Sweet kisses and licks!!!!!!!!!!!

    PAco,Milo & Maya

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  13. Hi, Sierra-dog! Thank you for visiting my blog. We are not that far away from you - we are in Mesa, Arizona! My dad was an avid flyer - he kept a Stinson 108-3 at Falcon Field! That is where we had to go when we wanted to see him! :)

    Sam

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  14. Rarely gets below freezing? But that means no snow!!! How in the world can you live without snow?!? Arooooooo!

    And hello from another new friend who just found your blog.

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Meet the Peeps: Breakfast Man

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Meet the Peeps: Lovie Lady
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Meet the Peeps: Dexie
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Meet the Peeps: Peanut the Nemesis
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