BrownStone Chinooks is devoted to fostering the excellent health and wonderful temperament of Chinook dogs. Hard-working Chinooks excel in many activities such as agility, obedience, back yard play, hiking, dog powered sports, search and rescue, and as service dogs. The affectionate Chinook is an excellent family dog matching its activity level to that of its companions - be it strenuous exercise or snuggling on the couch.
Trask still isn't through teething as everything that can be reached and put in his mouth can attest to. Until the teeth are all formed and in, his ears will continue to change shape - something to do with calcium for teeth and ear cartilage. Today he saw his first snow. He was so excited he zoomed around with the other dogs for over a hour. Catching pictures was a challenge. When I checked them I noticed that I had gotten several of Trask with his different ear styles.
Thanksgiving is for family. When you and your sister both marry a Brown (not related), you get a Brown x 2 Thanksgiving celebration - and lots of turkey and pictures. I chose only to post pictures of the nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. (Missing are Emily, Amanda, Cadence, Keegan, Noah, Molly, Danny, Dave, Susan, John, Pat, Joe, Mary, Linda and Chuck).
Thursday we went to my Brown Family dinner.
JJ and Andy
Sarah and Foster
Brian, Clarice with 8 day old Foster
Andy, Nami, JJ and Sarah
Friday was my sister's Brown Thanksgiving dinner.
All boy, Luke tired of making a fort with the Lincoln logs and made one out of the box.
Abbey made the most of the frosting and sprinkles on her gingerbread man.