On and off the road in south central Wisconsin
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You made me hungry for a root beer float!Thanks for joining the party at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/06/lovely-san-juan.html
I made myself Jonesing for one too, Sue. I guess it's noon somewhere.
They are a charming couple, Abrianna.
Looks good. Someone is desperate to try it I think.
He got just the tiniest of tastes, Phil.
Ha ha! The pictures are cute but the nicknames are the best and the images you painted with words.
Thanks, Colleen, Bob is as grumpy and full of personality as he is handsome and easily invites nicknames.
Mr. Grumpy pants (Bob, not my Godgather) is a real hoot sometimes.
Such a sweet photo :)) Greetings
Hey there, Ela. Yeah these two are quite the pair.
That looks delicious - now I want one!
Me too, Al and I almost got one but being semi-good. I did get some delicious root beer today though.
Perfect refreshment for the summer heat.
It is unless you've developed a problem with delicious ice cream which I have. But I had the best tasting .35 can of icy root beer in memory yesterday.
Great for people, but not so great for the doggy - although this one looks pretty happy.
He had a teeny taste which I was not a part of. I never give Mr. French dairy products but he does enjoy Frosty Paws.
yes, foam is good, mostly. :) Many names around here :)
He is a dog of many names because of his loony personality, NF. I think the foam is the best part, lol.
Cheers!Thanks for visiting and commenting!Playing the didgeridoo is very difficult because you have to blow and breath at the sabme time.Wil, ABCWTeam
I bet it is, Will. I loved ur videos, ta.
LOL @ grumpy pants and the dogs looking haha!Have a grumpytastic week :-)
Mr. Grumpy Pants is his park name to discourage people from petting him. You never know with him, he's so particular about how long you pet him and of course where. And who. And what time of day it is. And dew point. He acts like an old man squinting at his Denny's bill.
Looks good & Bobby looks keen for his share
He does, but didn't get much. He's a sly one though.
LOL...that is so cute.
These two have a special bond. Daddy's little boy.
Nice, cute, funny pictures. Makes your visiters laugh.R. Täysin arkista
Good to hear, Kristiina, the both of them make me laugh quite often.
I think it's very naughty of you posting photos like that as I am desperate for one now!
If it makes you feel any better, Fun60, I can't have root beer floats at the moment either.
It really looks so tasty. No wonder sharing is taking place :)
That really interesting.
Interesting in the sense that a dog is sharing a float on the kitchen table like a blushing school girl, Rajesh?
Looks perfect for a hot day!
Unless you're trying to take photos for your candy blog in 95 degree weather outside, Alycia.
Yeah, Phil was sharing a bit, but just a bit with Mr. French. He's pretty happy with doggie frozen treats instead so that's something.
So, so cute (and funny)! I do not like root beer floats but my husband would finish one or two.
I was going to have a root beer float taste test but the first batch got all eaten and melted. I'm drinking root beer right now, lol.
Yum! Root beer floats are a great treat. Thanks for linking up at Raising My Boys!
They are indeed, Deborah.
My great-aunt used to make those for us! Hadn't thought of them in a long time. Thanks for the memories! Teresa from NanaHood
My cousins have special float glasses and I have special float spoon straws, Teresa.
Love this photo. Bob was in heaven even though he only a a small lick. Makes me want one too. My friend Sandy in GB has a summer camp week for her children and her grandchildren and every night the kids get a root beer float. They love it. What memories they are building. We need to put frosty paws in the banana split dishes you gave me and take their picture. That should be a good one.
That sounds like a nice summer tradition. Remember when Bob left his nose print in a MacDonald's sundae we brought you?