Friday, June 8, 2007

Poodles Driving A Car



The top photo of the poodles in the convertible was taken in the store that had Betty Boop out front in yesterday's photos. We have poodles and Lovley Wife had a fit over this. I love our little yappers and can't wait to see them at the end of the day. They greet me like my daughters did when they were little. So, no anti-poodle bigotry in the comments, ya hear? This guy does NOT think that poodles are for wimps. (Just kidding. I actually love to see the look on people's faces when they see a guy my size holding a 6lb ball of white fur with black eyes.)

The bottom photo is just a photo looking down New Haven Avenue in downtown Melbourne, Florida. There's a shop there on the left, with the chalk board out front, that makes soap in the store itself, and the smell is almost as good as walking past a restaurant. You can visit it on the internet at indianriversoap.com, though due to technical difficulties, you won't be able to smell the store. Sorry.

I tried and tried and couldn't find any html commands to deliver scent to you.

6 comments:

Lori said...

So cute! I love poodles myself, they are one of my favorite kinds of dogs. This is a sweet photo and that sounds like quite a store. :)

Moi said...

haha.....i would have loved to smell some though!!!! the coffee-flavored ones, maybe ...:)
and "poodles in the convertible" is so Florida, eh!!! I have always believed poodles to be celebrities' pets....and they are cute, for sure :) did u know they are considered to be the most intelligent of all domestic dog breeds???

Anna said...

Who doesn't love a couple of poodles in a pink convertible? Great shot. :)

photowannabe said...

Well that's a bummer. I guess I'll have to take your word for the fragrance.
Thought I was going to see your poodle family in the front seat of your Camery.
I hope you bought that cute figurine for your lovely wife, John.

Mike said...

We used to have a poodle when I was growing up....he had a Garfield personality!

Enjoyed catching up on your blog, John.

CG said...

My first dog was a poodle...love this; wish i could visit that store!