Saturday, April 2, 2011

a word from Gracie

Hi - it's me, Gracie. We've had a bit of an adventure and Ruby isn't here to tell you about it. So I'm going to.

First, Neil found another old motorbike to buy. It's a 1930 BSA and it looks like this:

Except it really looks like this:

We had to drive all the way to Victoria to get it last weekend. Neil was very happy about it. But even better, the motorbike lived right in the same area as my Dad - Romper Stomper.

I had never actually met him, so I was really excited that we were going to go visit. Ruby was excited too. It has been ages since she has seen him.

They were so happy to see each other after all this time. He was big and shaggy and very handsome. We played chase around the paddock while everyone else had a cuppa tea. He is great fun.

Then, when it was time to go... Ruby decided to stay longer. Something about they wanted a little 'together time' or something.

Neil and Kay and I came back to Sydney that night - and gosh, that was a long drive - 16 hours by my calculation. We were in the car forever and hardly ever stopped. I complained loudly from the backseat...quite a lot. So boring.

I've been an only dog ever since. At first I didn't like it, but then I realised that I get all the attention, I get all the petting, I get all the balls -now I think it's pretty good.

Ruby is coming home sometime next week - she's flying back from Melbourne (1.5hr flight). Smart dog.


  1. What a cool motorbike! Our dad will appreciate this picture - the picture of it all together! haha
    Enjoy being "only" dog while it last, Gracie. You may be sharing your space with many before too long!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

  2. I love being an only dog myself! It seems like you might have many others to share the attention/toys with before long! Live it up while you can! :)

  3. Wow what a fun bike to see! I hope dad puts her back together with a spot for the dales! Now that would be great fun!
    Alone time isn't so bad...enjoy it while you can!

  4. Hey Gracie & Ruby Gurrl!

    At least your hoomans are cool. Ours is just a lazy git who never blogs for us any more.

    We've missed you. It's good to see your faces again!

    Goober love,
    Stanley & Stella