They are waiting for us…

March 24, 2009

Every day when Paul and I take the dogs for a walk we create a lively diversion for the poor housebound or roof-bound critters on our route.  So, I thought you might enjoy 28 seconds of Mazatlán dogs defending their homes from suspected canine infiltrators.  (Or so they think. I believe Henry and Lucy would rather stay with us.)

Other dog walk news: Today  we enjoyed a cup of coffee on the malecon with Linda and Bill from Alamos who were in Mazatlán vacationing with their college-senior daughter.  We were passing by with the dogs and Linda ran out and said hello.  It was great to meet them and hear a bit about their renovation.  I wish they were closer, I would really love to get to know them better.  Ah, well, we’ll just have to visit Alamos sometime.

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I'm Nancy, a US expat living in San Antonio Tlayacapan, Jalisco after 11 years in Mazatlán, México.

    1. As I sat in the kitchen playing the video, my dogs were racing from one end of the house to the other looking for the barkers. Heh!

      Most of the time my dogs sit out in the back, beady eyes trained on the top of the wall waiting for a cat or possum to walk by. It’s doggy TV.

    1. Unlike Jonna’s dogs, Jiggs simply glanced up to see why I was listening to dogs cussing. He then went back to sleep. I assure you, he will be more lively if we run into one another next month. I hope.

    1. Travis, my LH dachshund, tried to respond to the dogs…but of course, he’s speaking Aleman and they’re speaking Espanol. Muy frustrating for him.

    1. This is hysterical…one of the many reasons I enjoy reading your blog. Love your articles on the daily aspects of life in Mazatlan.

    1. Thanks, everyone. It was funny – the last dog EVERY single day does that barking at us. So when I decided to make a video either I pressed the wrong button on the camera (twice) or their door was closed, so I have been trying to make this video for a while!

      Glad you liked it.

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