Terrier Woody

Terrier Woody

Friday, November 5, 2010

Stepping up for George!

November 14th
For a simultaneous good wishes across the globe!
Rolling stones gather no moss...
Ours are too big to roll!
This is the cover crop, that I helped my mom plant a few weeks ago. It has crimson clover, field peas, legumes and alfalfa. It will help stabilize the soil over the winter and will be tilled down in the spring, to provide organic matter and nitrogen. AND MAYBE REDUCE THE MUDDY PAWS!
I've been practicing running up and down my steps, for George the Lads birthday.
Don't forget to send him a picture, of your cute self on some steps!
These are the steps to my bed. (Mom and Dad's bed)
Nighty Nite,


  1. Hi, Wyatt!
    My mom has not been able to take a picture of me on my steps! Hmmm...
    Have a great saturday!
    Kisses and hugs

  2. Those are some great steps. We finally found a small set that aren't just concrete. It very flat around here!

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

  3. Nice step shot mate. We're going to see what we've got to send George.

    Noah Willow Tess Lucy

  4. Thanks for the plug pal, I like the rocky ones in your garden.
    Mom and Dads bed must be huge if they need steps to get onto it!!!!
    See Yea George xxx

  5. We love your garden steps, Wyatt! Great pictures! Mom needs to get on the stick and get ours taken!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

  6. Glad to see you're getting in shape for George's birthday bash! I am too! I really liked your leaf removal post...wish ma would let me help with the leaves... Hope you have a great weekend! Wags from --Chester

  7. I LOVE your moss covered rock and your steps pic is just grrrreat.

  8. Wyatt, I don't know how your Mom and Dad manage to catch you in the photos when you're zomming around!

  9. Mom thinks that is a great idea to use that groundcover to eliminate the muddy paws. Ciara doesn't agree:)

    You have some very cool steps there for George to see. And how lucky that you get to go up the steps to the humans' bed, not us - we are stuck downstairs.

    Happy weekend.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

  10. Hey Wyatt - those are some pretty cool steps! I can't wait for the moment of good wishes on November 14th!

    Have a great weekend!

    Your pal, Pip

  11. Great steps Wyatt :) The wood in your home is beautiful :)

    Have a super Saturday my furiend,

  12. We wish we had a rock like that!!! Super cool!

    ~The Monster Crew

  13. Hey Wyatt!
    What great pix! You have the coolest territory ever. I especially liked your agile self on the stone steps...they look like lots of fun. I've tried gardening myself, but we have tons of rocks here in the Alleghenies and I am sort of lacking in precision when it comes to digging.
    Grr and Woof,

  14. Some great step photos there Wyatt! We love the one of you running down em.

    George is responsible for a lot of us gettin for we think! LOL

    We are also in for the 14th November.

    Big Nose Pokes
    The Thugletsx

  15. What a beautiful place you have. And all that running up and down steps must keep you very fit, Wyatt!
    Alanis & Miro

  16. I don't really have steps...

    Nubbin wiggles,

  17. Good job running those stairs, Wyatt! I was really skeered of stairs when I first got adopted but now I just LUVS running up and down 'em! They're fun!

    Wiggles & Wags,

  18. Hey Wyatt :o)

    Thanks for visiting my bloggie!
    You look like a very cool Guy and I'm glad that we are friends now :o)

    Wow! You got some pawsome pictures for George the Lad.
    I'm going to join 'Two Special Wires' for November 14th. That is such a GREAT idea they came up with!

    Neeko :o)
    P.S. Mr. Pip is my VERY good friend!

  19. Hi Wyatt!!! Thanks for visiting my blog!!! You are very cute too!!! We love your pictures and your steps. We don't have any steps except the backyard and they are sure nothing to brag about. Nothing like yours and George's for sure!!! Lots of love, Holly and mom

  20. I love your rock out door steps and cool log steps inside. Do you live in a log house?

  21. I bet your cover crop is tasty (at least I am sure Mesa would eat it)