Friday, March 12, 2010

Remi's Domain

Remi surveys his domain, while Noelle chews on a board.

As the sun goes down, Remi continues to survey his domain, while Noelle lays down in order to more comfortably enjoy her board.

The board used to belong to a bird house. The birds are now out of luck, as the bird seed has disappeared and the bird house has been deconstructed by the dogs.

Now the sun has set, and yet Remi doesn't move. He has a rather large domain, and prefers to take his time in his surveys. Noelle becomes bored with her board, and wanders off to find new adventures.

Remi realizes that Noelle has left...

and this is his chance to try out the fun new toy she has discovered.

Remi realizes that this is a GREAT toy.

He shows off his new toy for the camera.

But then Noelle spots him...

so quickly the board is abandoned.

And Remi returns to surveying his domain.


The Island Cats said...

Remi! We enjoyed seeing you have fun in your domain!

Frankie Furter said...

Remi you told us a grrrreat story about how you like to end your day. Thank you.

Stella, Gunther and Betty said...

That's a pretty nice domain ya got there. And it's so big! But, I guess horses (dogs) needs a lot of room.


Anonymous said...

Remi - you're very focused on your domain. That is a Most Good quality in royalty such as yourself. (But I'm glad to see that you lets yourself take a break from your Most Serious duties every now and then for a bit of fun!)

Wiggles & Wags,

Kari in WeHo said...

that sure is a handsome dog!

Schwang said...

It's a good thing they have you looking over the place. Do you see any action out there?

Two Country Poodles said...

What a wonderful evening.

Wags and Licks,
Mollie Jo & Bobo & Bonnie the foster

Mango said...

Hey! Good job guarding the estate. Some humans make fun of us full sized doggies and say we stare into space, but I say we are WORKING.


Sue said...

Remi acts so much like my Tsar. He sits on the hill for hours watching the yard and the trees. He does like a good stick to toss around now and then.