Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Pizz-aaaaah!

After a very un-sunny start, this evening was actually rather nice. Even though mama still has a sore throat, I had to insist that the evening walkie was substantial.

We thought about stopping at the supermarket - but then discovered that there were some guys outside selling newspapers and they had several dogs with them, who just didn't look friendly. So rather than leaving me outside with them, we walked on. But we still need to eat. If we can't get a frozen pizza, then the real thing will have to do. Lets make an escape - to Escape to New York Pizza on 23rd, shall we?

Mmm... mozzarella. Goodness.

And how about getting back to that substantial walkie? We walked all the way down to the river. They seem to be setting up tents for a Cinqo de Mayo festival (note to self - come back next week for some bueno chow).

A long walkie makes me feel all introspective. Some dogs see the glass as half empty, some dogs see it as half full. I prefer to see the world as a half full ferris wheel:

Yes, half full. Ferris wheel. That'll work.

Lets head home... I didn't get much of that tasty pizza and I think it's time to bust open a can.

Out of my way people! There is green tripe in my immediate future...

Love,

Bogart

21 comments:

Stanley said...

Bogart!

I'm with you on the green tripe, man! It's the squishiest, most aromatically challenging stuff (to my girl), but Stella & I LOVE it. If I were offered pizza or green tripe, I think I'd have to go with the tripe. Yep. That's just he way I roll.

As for the way YOU roll, I think you and your mama should do a roving commentary on local eateries for the Portland Chamber of Commerce. Seriously. Look into being the spokespup for the most dog-friendly city in America.

By the way, glad to see you went full frontal on your mama when you gave her the aire kisses. No sissy peck on the cheek action, but real full-on-the-lips Dale kisses. THAT's my boy.

Viva tripe verde!

Goober love,
Stanley

Baby Rocket Dog and Hootie said...

Your mommy is so good to give you such yummy food.She inspired our mommy to put fresh tomatoes & cheese on top of a store bought pizza, but we had to beg for a little crust!
We can hardly wait to get back home to N.Idaho so we too can have a nice cool walk. It is still hot here. (& getting hotter)
AireKisses & WelshieHugs,
BabyRD & Hootie

Molly and Taffy said...

Hi Bogart

Your evening walk looked fun. Hope your Mama's sore throat goes away very soon.

Molly and Taffy

pughy said...

That pizza looks yummy. I have never seen a half ferris whell before, very strange.

Enjoy your walks.

Hugs GJ x

Alasandra said...

Oh, I LOVE pizza. The boy beans work at a pizza place and their clothes always smell so good. And sometimes they bring home pizza and I get the left overs. ~Fenris

The stupid beans have never shared pizza with us. ~Socks, Scylla & Charybdis

Noah the Airedale said...

Mate, have u seen the pizza on our blog? If your mum wants, D can send your mum the recipe. It easy peasy. It's vego too. I cant tell ya if it tasted any good though cause the pigs didn't share!!! It looked good though.

tailwags
Noah x

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Woo look sooo smashing and dashing with the flowers too!

I'm going to make my mom get some pizza soon...I'm SOOO khraving it!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

TwoSpecialWires said...

We love you "About Town" trips. When we make it to Portland, we're gonna know JUST where to go and what to visit.

Keep on waggin, Bogart. And keep Mom in line.

:) Jake and Fergi :)

Martha Basset said...

Hi Bogart
Your pizza looks yummy. We love tripe but have not heard of green tripe! We think we would like that too. Glad you had your substantial walk - we think it is good to keep your mom moving - you know what these humans are like. They quickly become couch potatoes without us dogs exercising their bodies and minds. The half empty ferris wheel was an interesting concept!
love and kissis
Martha & Bailey xx

Hollie and Janie said...

Bogart,
You make me and mama want to move to Portland! It's so dog friendly!! Your pizza looks yummy... all that cheesy goodness! I hope your mama is feeling better!!
Love,
Janie

Deetz said...

Pizza crust is the greatest thing on earth, besides bugs and stuff
Deetzy

Agatha and Archie said...

We have been SOOOO behind.......but glad to see you taking charge and eating tripe( we haven't tried that one yet....) the pizza is looking mighty fine though!! Love A+A

Doctor Dre said...

hi lulu & bogart, how are you guys?
bogart, i am so happy to see you taking care of your mom. going outside, sniffing and playing. i can just see klaus being so proud of you.
with lots of love,
kayo (and dre of course)

Mango said...

I am not sure what a green tripe is, but I bet it is yummers. Maybe next time you could get green tripe pizza.

Slobbers,
Mango

Lorenza said...

Pizza and green tripe! Sounds great!
I have never had green tripe but I've heard it is stinky and delicious!
Kisses and hugs
Lorenza

Moco said...

Green tripe pizza sounds so Portland.

Maggie and Mitch said...

You're getting the good part of the pizza, Bogie! We only get the crust!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Joe Stains said...

Looks like a perfect day to me, everyone and everydog LOVES pizza!!! That stuff looked really good. I hope you enjoyed your tripe and a long nap after that.

Tibby said...

Hi Bogie!
You get to eat the best things! It looks like you had a nice walkie! Maybe I will get some pizza this weekend while we are celebrating Tibby Day!
:) Tibby

Joey said...

Hi Bogart! That pizza looks delicious! We just got pizza, too! Woo hoo! (We're still working on the cheeseburgers.)

See ya!
Joey and Zeke

P.S. Thanks so much for your help with the mail. Much appreciated!

Lucia said...

Ciao bello Bogie!

Santa vacca ... pizza! Mmmmmm .... E' fantastico that you got your very own slice, Bogie! Did you save some cheese in your beardie for snackies later??

Tanti baci!
Lucia