Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Day 38 - Dog door adventures and Hawaii

March 29, 2010. I received several pictures of the puppies from Nadine. 
Looks like the puppies are learning to use the dog door.

Girl Yellow would like to get up on the couch in the puppy room.

Boy Blue napping in the crate.

Girl Red enjoying a toy.

Hawaii is beautiful!  Today was our 'day of rest' after all the traveling we did yesterday.  We spent most of the day on the beach, a quick stop at the pool area and then a nice dinner.  We made it an early night since we're still adjusting to the time difference.

The hotel is beautiful and we have a lovely view of the ocean.

And the pool area.

The Scotts went snorkeling and then took out the water bikes.

Erin and I took a walk down the beach and saw a turtle laying out in the sun.

There are so many beautiful little coves with volcanic rock.

Tomorrow whale watching and night snorkling with manta rays!

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