Today we set out on a road trip to the California Valley in search of wild flowers. We weren't quite sure why we had to drive 2 hours just to look at flowers. Maybe it's because Betty ate all of mom's flowers out of the yard. Who knows.
Betty, we're never going to get back home if you keep that up! You're supposed to stick out your thumb to hitch a ride, not your tongue!
Along the way, we happened upon an old barn with a bright yellow door. Against our advice, mom thought it would be fun to stop and explore. Inside was an old, beat-up Airstream with what looked like the original owner's belongings in it. There were even old dusty clothes hanging in the closet. Mom got a little spooked that she was gonna find a skeleton or something.
Instead, she found Flat Puglet... BOL! We thought it would be neat to take Flat Puglet with us on our wild flower adventure.
That looks like the Flat Puglet ghost of the Airstream past... MOMMY!
After exploring the abandoned barn, we finally made it to the land of the wild flowers. We don't think Betty has ever seen so many flowers cause she couldn't stop smiling from ear to ear.
It was quite beautiful. So many flowers, so little time for Betty to eat them all...
Nom nom nom
We convinced Betty to stop grazing for one decent picture,
but it didn't last long.
I wonder if people will think we're related. Oh my Pug I hope not!
Sorry Flat Puglet, we really tried to get a group shot,
What the Pug is she doing now?
It just wasn't in the cards.
YEEEEE HAWWW! All I need is a strong gust of wind and I can use my ears and lips for lift off!
I have only one thing left to say about today...
If you get an opportunity to view the wildflowers, take it.
They're simply craptastic.
Feels kinda funny to poop with a flower tickling my butt.
Gunther, Stella and Betty