Rugby and I took a road trip to nowhere. We were excited to go to an Obedience match this morning. We were SO excited that we drove all the way there before realizing there was no match for us to attend this month. The news wouldn’t have been as devastating if the imaginary match was within an hours drive from us.
Oh well. Quality bonding time in the car with Rugby.
We ended up at Applewoods instead, where we spent the whole day doing homework, playing ball and helping with the lessons. At the end of the day, we set out in search of our red and green picture. We were headed to Main St, but the sun was already setting and the pretty golden light it brought was gone for the day. Since the train station is on a hill, we went there to take advantage of the last of the sunlight. We started out in the covered shelter. It is supposed to keep train riders dry on rainy days. We like to use it to practice Stays. The three sides make it easy for us to get out of sight without going too far. Today was a smidgen too cold to try to get that Stay practice in.
On the way out I noticed that the “Laurel” sign on the building was green too. I set him up at the top of the stairs for a picture with the green lettered sign mounted on the red brick building. I like this picture better than the first one, but you can’t tell that the sign is green.