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Making the World Cuter: Blue Lake Park and Little Stinkers

A blog where one woman is on a mission to make the world cuter, one kid, cupcake or crafty thing at a time.


Blue Lake Park and Little Stinkers

Yes, that is a picture of a skunk. They were all over at Blue Lake Park on Friday. We went there with the usual group of Clackamas-ites for my step-dad Jim's birthday. (Happy Birthday!)One of our wise old friends (that's you Bill) said that it was actually kind of scary to see skunks out in the daylight, and not just because they might spray stink at ya. I guess because they are nocturnal if you see them wandering around during the day, they might have diseases like rabies or something-I don't know if that's true, but I wasn't going near them anyway-it didn't stop the guys though, they were getting within feet of the little rodents! There were animals all over the place though, not just skunks, rabbits, birds and even a little weiner dog, (Blue Lake park is a no dog park, by the way), my sister and her husband came down for the weekend and brought their new baby Charlie, a little dacshund. Bekah and Topher fell instantly in love, although, I don't think Charlie reciprocated the feelings. They had to keep hiding him from the park officials, and ended up keeping him in his kennel for most of the party, I think more for his own sanity, than for hiding him from the rangers. Bekah and Topher would chase him and giggle and scream and poke at his face when they did end up catching him-I guess he needs to get used to it, since he will be staying with us with us for a couple weeks while Tab is in Utah. It was a lot of fun, Christopher was of course being a bigger stinker than the skunks and was into everything. The men were playing croquet and Topher kept taking apart the course and running away after throwing the stakes and the balls. The guys didn't seem to care too much, just a fun and lazy summer day at the park....Ahhh life is good!


Blogger The Woolner Family said...

The perfect picture.

Tue Aug 14, 08:32:00 PM


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Thanks for making the world so stinkin cute!

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