Monday, May 16, 2011

Muttley Monday - Sherpa Dog

Don't expect me to get out of this car. It is raining.
Bailey helped out on my rainy 90 mile bike ride this weekend, providing water refills, bagels, hugs, and a ride home.

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32 comments:

Big Daddy Diesel said...

THat is awesome, I want a Sherpa now

Emz said...

Your smile is contagious. I. Love. It. 

Kristin Deaton said...

Hugs make the ride that much better :-)

Kovas said...

I don't see the little barrel of brandy around his neck - is that just for winter?

Michael said...

Adorable :)

The Green Girl said...

That is a precious shot of you guys!

Jason said...

What a great pic. We need to put the barrel of brandy around Bailey's neck just like a St. Bernard so that you can crush those 90 miles knowing the Sherpa has the brandy around his neck.

Matty O said...

Love this. seriously you and heather and your dogs LOL!

good job this weekend!

Allison said...

Dear Bailey,

Please teach my dogs how to refill water, give me bagels and drive me home after long rides.... they tend to drink all my water (and gatorade), eat all my bagels (and honeystinger waffles) and then want to stick their head out the window when driving home..... some how we need to straighten them out.

Thanks for your help!

xoxox,

Your dog loving virtual friend in Texas, Allison

and...Deuce, Shakes and Lyla :)

Jamoosh said...

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Ironman By Thirty said...

I think he looks a bit terrified that you are going to try and drag him into the rain. :)

Colleen said...

So cute - he's got that "really mom? it's raining out there and I'm cozy and warm in here" look! :) Hope the ride went well!

Jeff - DangleTheCarrot said...

Ernie said to tell Bailey that he is crazy being out there in that weather and that he should be home on the couch with a blanket and barkwheat!

Jon said...

Nice ride, Mandy!

I posted on your facebook about how big he is. I didn't want to make a short joke about you. Oh wait.... ;)

Hope to see ya this weekend!

She said I need a goal said...

best dog evar!!

Mark said...

That is ONE cute dog!

Remind me to tell you my favorite talking dog story when I meet you at CP.... or will you be at Quassay, or BOTH??!!

misszippy said...

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Matthew Smith said...

90 Miles? You're a beast! And you've got such a good lookin' pup!

DRog said...

such a great pic!
nice 90

and

67?!

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Joel said...

Who knew that Bailey could drive?

I laughed at @Kovas' comment about the brandy barrel - so fitting.

Caroline said...

Always remember the good times like this and how much joy he brought you... and the many smiles he put on your face.
I cannot imagine your pain, nobody can. I have a dog and I love her just as if she was one of my kids.
breaks my heart that you lost your Bailey.

Jamoosh said...

Oh no. So sad about Bailey. Very sorry for your loss. Always loved Muttley Monday. :-(

Shelley creates... said...

Kyle told me earlier about Bailey. I am so sorry to hear the terrible news. What a sad day.
If you have a favorite photo of him, I would be honored to do a drawing for you... (of course with no charge). Just for a little memento to hang up.

Julie said...

I'm so incredibly sorry about Bailey. So so sorry :-(

Shannon (IronTexasMommy) said...

I am so, so sorry for your loss of Bailey. My heart hurts for you. :(

Kathryn said...

So, so sorry for your loss.

My pets are like my children and even though I don't know you except through your blog, my heart is breaking for you.

Big Clyde said...

I am tearing up. I love Bailey, just from all of the pictures of the two of you. Coolest dog in the blogging world. I am so sad for you and will grieve with you for awhile.

How wonderful that your Bailey got to go on so many adventures with you. You were a gift to each other.

Be well, CT Girl.

Anne-Marie said...

Oh Mandy... I'm so sorry and sad for your loss.

When my childhood dog passed away, the vet sent us a card that said something that has stayed ingrained in my mind since I was 17: "On your heart is an eternal pawprint, and on your pet's heart is a handprint of love." Always remember the good times with Bailey and the impact you had on each others' lives.

**hugs**

Silly Girl Running said...

So sorry for your loss! I know how dogs are not only part of the family but even more like a child. I love Anne-Marie's comment. She couldn't be more right. On your heart is an eternal pawprint. I'm tearing up when I'm writing this, thinking about my own dog.

Again, so sorry for your loss!

Amy said...

Oh Mandy, I'm so sorry to hear about Bailey. Caratunk is a sad place on this rainy day. Please take care of yourself...

mainely triathlon said...

I too am sorry for your loss why cant our beloved friends live as long as us :-(

Black Knight said...

I am very very sad because I have just read the last post. I don't find the right words to say how I am sad. The dogs, the cats and all the pets are part of the family. They are in our hearts. Ciao Bailey.