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TRAKKER had another milestone yesterday. He lost his very first tooth.
The problem is he’s really terrible at posing for photographs. It’s just TOO MUCH FUN to play with his “people” and those shiny black “chew toys” they hold in their hands. Too much temptation for puppies who like to play! (And by the way, he is a little perturbed that they took the tooth away from him, too…)
So here are the only two halfway decent photos we did manage to capture to memorialize his special moment. “Sitting” is almost too much to expect a little guy to do. Scampering around, climbing on his people, kisses and playing “chase” are MUCH MORE FUN than “Sitting” and “Staying”. What’s a puppy to do??
Here are some more of Trakker’s “Firsts”
We just LOVE this part of living in North Idaho! The STCU is sponsoring FREE Carriage Rides again this year!
Here’s all the info, direct from the STCU Website:
It begins with a free STCU horse-drawn carriage ride.
[November 1, 2011]
Enjoy the winter holidays with a free ride on a horse-drawn carriage through the streets of downtown Spokane or Coeur d’Alene.
The fun begins the day after Thanksgiving in Spokane and December 3 in Coeur d’Alene. Reservations are not necessary. Bring a warm friend and a cozy jacket… or a cozy friend with a warm jacket.
Don’t miss your ride! Check the schedule for holiday magic below:
Downtown Spokane schedule
November 25 – December 24
- 3 to 8 p.m. Fridays
- Noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays
- Noon to 3 p.m. Christmas Eve
- Meet at Wall Street and Main Avenue.
- 5 to 6 p.m. Fridays
- 2 to 3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays
Your free carriage ride is a holiday present from STCU and Downtown Spokane.
Downtown Coeur d’Alene schedule
December 3 – December 24
- Noon to 4 p.m. Saturdays
- Noon to 3 p.m. Christmas Eve
- Meet at First Street and Sherman Avenue.
Your free carriage ride is a holiday present from STCU and the Coeur d’Alene Downtown Association.
Who owns the horse?
Where do the horses and carriage come from? Our thanks to Spencer’s Carriages and Rocking K Ranch for another great season of STCU-sponsored carriage rides!
We thought you might like to see the video of this first milestone in the Real Estate career of our newest little buddy.
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An Artist’s Bold and Colorful House in Austin
by hookedonhouses on September 22, 2011
After seeing countless gray and white rooms in magazines and around the blogosphere this year, artist Elizabeth Chapin’s colorful house in Austin really woke me up. You can tell that a bold and creative person lives here, and that she treats her rooms like an extension of her art.
If the color of this bathroom didn’t wake you up in the morning, I don’t know what would:
My daughter Lily loved this house, but she really flipped when she saw this pink bedroom with the canopy bed and the big doll house in front of it:
Read the interview for more details and see many more photos of her house at Apartment Therapy. Visit Elizabeth Chapin’s website for more information about her artwork. Thanks to Gayle at Vintage Farmhouse for bringing it to my attention.
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- LeAnn’s White Kitchen Gets a Makeover with Color
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- Rene’s Colorful Style House Call (apartmenttherapy.com)
- A Pretty Color Combo: Pink & Brown House Beautiful (apartmenttherapy.com)
- Alex Fulton’s Flirtatious Use of Crazy Color House Tour (apartmenttherapy.com)
- Love It or Hate It? A Dark Gray Kitchen (casasugar.com)
- Color blocking for your house (papillonchouette.wordpress.com)
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