Tuesday, June 20, 2017

1880's Town - First Post

We have a bunch of photos from the 1880's Town.  So we won't talk much, we'll just show you.  The photos are going to be spread out so you won't get too bored.


They allowed dogs everywhere (even in the buildings) as long as food wasn't being served!



There were REAL kitties here.  We might have gone a bit crazy.







Guess which movie used some of these as props?






That's all for now!



Murphy & Stanley

21 comments:

  1. Hmm. Which movie. Hmm. We're going to go with "Dances With Wolves". Frankly, I thought that movie was a HUGE disappointment. I mean -- WHERE WERE THE WOLVES?!?!? Not one wolf in that movie. What a cruel hoax.
    Your trip looks amazing! I like the pup by the fire hydrant!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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    1. What do you mean there were no wolves? There was a wolf named Two Socks who visited Kevin Costner at his camp all the time. It was seeing him play with Two Socks that made the Native Americans name him Dances With Wolves.

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  2. Ok boys, where was this in SD? I would have loved to visit there, but guess we were checking out too many quilt stores.
    Wags,
    Noreen

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  3. We think in the 1880s the dog facilities were anywhere in town...bwahaahaa! What a great place. SHE'd love it...and wouldn't take us, because SHE's one of those who READS all the information.

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  4. That looks such a fun place to explore. But we're betting your Wheelie House is a tad more comfortable than those old wagons...
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  5. OMD, I think it's pawesome that they set up a whole social club for kitties. What a progressive place!

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  6. Hari OM
    OMD you doodz are seeing some wonderfur places and things and stuff... AND getting water hydrants laid on for all your toileting needs!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx (who is a hhhhyyyoooojjjj DWW fan....)

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  7. What a cool place!! Did you see any ghosts?
    Lily & Edward

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  8. What a great place to visit!!! Wish we could get Mom and Dad to go there too.

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  9. Looks like you Doods are having a great time on your vacation. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  10. Mom sure wishes it had been open for the season when they went by

    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  11. Some of those pictures look straight out of "Little House on the Prairie." Ghostwriter liked seeing the little doctor's clinic.

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  12. Looks like some good smells there.

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  13. oooh thanks for such a great tour!!! the mama awwed and ohhed... but she felt sorry for the butts of da kids who had to sit in that old schoolhouse... what a wonderful place... do you think there are still some ghosts of the past too?

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  14. What an amazing place! Oh and the besets thingy was they let pups roam free…woohoo
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  15. What pawsome pis, boys. an you imagine living in those times? Whoa...

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  16. Amazing sights, I bet there were lots of great smells too! To bad we don't have smell-o-blogging yet.

    PUppy Growls,
    Lucy

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  17. What a fun place to visit! The church in one of the photos looks a lot like the church we attend. Can't wait to see the rest of your photos.

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  18. What a great place to visit! I love the old school house! Thanks

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  19. And where are the pictures of the CATS? We would love to visit there, I wonder if we could talk the parents into taking ALL of us.

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  20. I actually have two of those school desks, they were my grandfather's and my grandma gave them to me a long time ago.

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