Blogging with Buddy, January 19th, 2016

On the weekend we were walking the trails behind RNS when who do we bump into but Hunter, Nicholas’ little friend from the Quispamsis Dog Park.  Hunter is a Nova Scotia Duck Toller who is two weeks older than Nicholas and they use to play together almost daily since they were eight weeks old.  They both stopped going to the park when they were about six months old (that’s when Nicholas got me to play with!) and they hadn’t seen each other since!  The two were so excited, jumping and spinning and running around.  I was happy to meet Hunter.  Mama says he’s a really nice boy and has grown up to be a really nice looking dog with his beautiful dark strawberry blond coat.  He couldn’t believe how big Nicholas is now!

I have to say that I’m loving this snow.  I just hate it when Mama makes me come in the house.  She gets scared that I’m getting cold and keeps a close eye on me but I say that I have a big coat just like a bear, I’m warm and toasty.  Sometimes when we’re out walking trails Nicholas will get cold feet and if he stops and holds one up Mama goes over and holds it in her bare cupped hands letting her body heat warm his foot and then away he goes.  I never have cold feet; I’m built for this weather and enjoy every bit of it.

The team will be hosting open houses this weekend but keep a close eye on our web site for storm cancellation announcements.  After last winter you never know what the weather man will throw at us at the last moment but we’ll keep the web site current if there are any changes.  Jody is at our gorgeous new listing at 4 Crosswind Crescent in the heart of Rothesay and Steven is at our stunning new executive ranch at 43 Bel-Air Avenue, Rothesay on Saturday from 2-4 pm.  Then on Sunday Jody is hosting our stunning spacious executive home on 5 Valley Road, Hastings Cove while Steven is nearby in Kennebecasis Park at our new cozy bungalow listing with two fireplaces on 18 Forrest Road off Park Drive.  If you’re out and about or thinking about a move, drop in they’d love to see you and show you around!

Hope you get out and about this weekend enjoying winter in New Brunswick.  Our Uncle Tom and Aunt Shelley have taken up cross-country skiing so Nicholas and I expect we may see them this weekend as we walk the trails behind RNS!  Hope to see you there!

Your pal,

Buddy Bacon Paw Print

Rothesay Allison trails Jan 17, 2016