Some days we go for a walk and see the strangest sights. With spring upon us Vancouver seems to be aflight with the return of migrating birds. Normally, this is a nice distraction, but sometimes birds can do some unusual things.
Like these seagulls we encountered in Coal Harbour. They landed on this water feature to take a birdie bath, but it looked like they were line dancing as they shuffled along to make room for each other, or to push another out of the way.
Louise and I watched these gulls for about five minutes or so until she lost interest in their antics. Apparently this sort of thing isn't as entertaining for small dogs as it is for me.
The weather has been quite wet around here lately, so Louise and I have not been walking as often or as long. On rainy days she would often just rather curl up in blankets at home anyway.
Of course, this was Easter weekend and to celebrate we had a nice roast lamb dinner. Not traditional perhaps, but certainly a big hit in our household, especially when pugs got lamb bones and our cats got little scraps of fatty lamb meat. (We had to be careful not to let Louise see this happen - she gets a little jealous.) But all worked out well and all of us thoroughly enjoyed the meal.
Okay, one more photo of Louise before I wrap this up, one I liked when I took it, but didn't work it into a blog post. Often while we walk we end up stopping on a park bench for a quick rest stop and Louise tends to get a little silly. This is a photo of that.