We all went up to Sans Souci for Memorial Day Weekend. The weather was lovely and the dogs loved it up there.They adapted well to the 90 minute drive - surprising me.
(Tryggur, Korpur, Kata, Bear, Kria, Pila, Totty)
The day after this shot was taken, not wanting to remain in the fenced yard, the three boys 'escaped' from a gate that was inadvertently left unlatched and roamed the woods apparently looking for deer. (They aren't talking!) Fortunately they all have a great recall and came back from over half a mile away.
The girls are much better behaved. Boys will be boys!
The above photo of the pack was taken just a few minutes after sunrise - which does NOT happen in the east up there. It's more north-east.
Some of my favorite plants are "volunteers" - which simply means they grew from seeds that planted themselves. The Siberian iris below is a three year old volunteer in my yard. It just started growing in the middle of a path - - and I let it go. At first I thought it was a seedling 'blue-eyed grass' but it grew into this!
Of course the parentage is unknown. I have several purple or blue flowered Siberians. It must have come from them!