Walking the Dogs LbNA # 19958
|Placed Date||Jan 11 2006|
|Found By||Bookworm (WA)|
|Last Found||Sep 22 2007|
**Update – 5/9/06** We went back to the box today, and I found it. I think I just didn't look in the right place last time (sorry!). Anyway, it's safe and sound and ready to be found.
Plurpy and Bijou love to go for walks - as long as it's warm and dry out. We adopted them from separate breeders who no longer required their services.
Inside each of their boxes, you'll find a snapshot of the "owner." We've placed their boxes in actual areas we walk them… wave to us if you see us out!
Chinese Dragon Dog (box 1)
Plurpy is the owner of this box, which is named in honor of his less-than-lovely appearance. Empezar donde son "El primero Camino" (sudeste). Park at the green space where, in August, you can pick ingredients for Logos's favorite cobbler. Find the path, and be careful not to get scratched. You'll find Plurpy, aka "Chinese Dragon Dog," slightly buried at the base of a nearby cedar, under a rock.
Shake-n-Bark (box 2)
Bijou is our 8-pound, mini-minature Dachshund. We named this box in accordance with her extremely timid personality. When we first got her, she did nothing but shake for two days (didn't eat, didn't drink, didn't use her special place…). Since then she has added barking to her trademark shakes whenever someone comes to the door. (Thankfully, she has mellowed out around the family.)
From CDD, head south on The Road until you come to 3rd. Turn left, and look for a small staircase on your right. At the top of the staircase, continue forward to the path, where you'll turn right. It may be best to hunt this box when school is not in session. Follow the path all the way to the tennis courts and look for a row of stately evergreens. Shake-n-Bark is burrowed at the base of #1 (weiner dogs love their dens).
This box is in a highly visible area. I'll be keeping an eye on it to see if it will need to be moved to a more secluded location.