Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Pooches: Daily Walk in 10 Pictures 06.30.10

Though we go on walks twice a day, each walk is like a new adventure for Mr. B and for most walks, he cannot wait to go on this adventure. He is sitting patiently waiting for his sister, Ms. M to catch up.
However for this walk, Ms. M for some unknown reason was on a mission and walking ahead of A, which is something she rarely does.For as long as I could remember, this church/cathedral has been boarded up. It is such a shame, because this building takes up about a whole city block and it remains boarded up and vacant.Mr. B loves to look at the city skyline on our walks. He is gazing at the John Hancock building which is directly east from our walk.Too bad the Kennedy Expressway stands between him and sipping cocktails at the Signature Lounge on the 96th floor of the John Hancock building.A and Ms. M also enjoy looking at the skyline right west of the Kennedy Expressway, such a romantic and nostalgic point in Chicago.Some people have decided to set up camp in the middle of the park, with a tent, campfire and all. From the looks of their gear, it doesn't look like they will be moving for awhile.So Mr. B decides to do the deed on a patch of land before the campsite and cover up his tracks.Lucky for Ms. M, she found a stray chicken bone by the campsite, unlucky for A, she had to reach into Ms. M's mouth to fish out the chicken bone.Really don't know how this works, but apparently some of the alleys that we pass by are "green alleys". I wonder if this alley is as green as the Hummer H3.

15 comments:

Hound Girl said...

I love the first picture with Ms. M in the background ready to catch up with Mr. B, great photo!

I am so jealous of all the sites yall get to see on your walks!!

Muchadoaboutnothing said...

Thanks for taking us along on your travels. I really enjoy them.

Zona said...

What a cool place for your walks!!!

Wags,
Zona

Mr. Pip said...

I think your walks (photos and commentary) would make a great book! You really capture Chicago

Your pal, pip

Meredith Travels said...

blegh. recovered chicken bones are the worst! i once had to wrestle an old pork chop bone from my dog that he had found in a planter when we lived in NYC. No so fun!

Happy Wednesday!

And I hope you and your pups have a happy and a firework free (for the dogs, I think you can handle them!) Fourth of July!

mayziegal said...

That church is awfully pretty. I wonder how come nobuddy wants to go there anymore?

Oh, and Miss M, sorry about the loss of your chicken bone.

Wiggles & Wags,
Mayzie

Nubbin' Tails said...

This looks like a great walk and all kinds of smells to smell and things to see!

Wags!

Mr. Nubbin'

houndstooth said...

Your walks look like an adventure every day! Sorry about the slimy chicken bone retrieval!

Rescued Pittie Family said...

Aww that's my favorite part of our walks too - fishing out the not-so-yummy-yummies Greighson finds on our walks.
Poor A!

Life With 5 Dogs said...

Love the Pictures of the City! I have been to Chicago a couple times and Love It! What a Geat City to Love in!

Benny and Lily said...

We love looking at the pictures from your city. Purrty interesting. So Ms. M were you on a mission or wanting to lead the tour today. Happee Wednesday
Benny & Lily

Lola said...

You take cool walks. Having had walkies in the city and the suburbs I can tell you that city walkies are more interesting. Thanks for taking us on walks in your city.

wags, Lola

Dory and the Mama said...

Such a wonderful walk!!

Kari in WeHo said...

my pups like looking at the skyline here too

1000 Goldens said...

You are lucky to have so much variety and fun things to look at. It's nice that your whole family walks together too :)

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