The doggies are enjoying every bit of time that I have stayed home with them. Apparently - they just sleep all day. I've always thought I miss out on a lot of things when I'm away at work. They seem to like just being really close to me.
I pump up the excitement a bit when I take one of them for a walk. Char Siew and Midori I took to Teacher's camp. Brita and I went to Camp John Hay ( I will post pictures from that - another time ).
Char Siew is really all grown up. Look at that. He looks like a Lion. A female Lion because he doesn't have the flowing mane the male Lions have ( don't tell him I said he's a female Lion - he will be too upset with me ).
Pretty Midori - looking far - far - away. Most probably spotted a rat near the creek.
This is a pine tree. I've always thought of pine trees as conical shaped --- but apparently there are different varieties and the ones found in Baguio are not the typical ones that you see in Christmas trees. You can see a man in the foreground and the tree in the background. I wanted to show how big the tree is.
I wish somebody restores this place to look a lot better than how it looks like right now. The cottages are pretty - but run down.
If you are planning to use one of these cottages to stay in next time you're in Baguio - book early. I hear they fill up fast.